According to new research, children with irregular bed times score significantly lower reading, maths and spatial awareness tests.
Researchers discover a link between neural activity in the lateral hypothalamus and the state of REM sleep.
Children with irregular bedtimes are more likely to have behavioral difficulties, a new study finds.
Shorter periods of sleep and poorer quality of sleep are associated with greater buildup of beta anyloid, a new study reports.
Biological mechanisms related to sleep loss affect the immune system and trigger an inflammatory response, a new study reports.
The connections between the right and left hemispheres of the brain strengthen during sleep for children. This strengthening could help brain functions mature, a new study suggests.
A new study indicates periods of rest can help boost memory performance.