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Insomnia might Primarily be caused by Failure to Neutralise Emotionally Negative Memories

April 29, 2019

Published on 25 April in the leading scientific journal Brain, a new study argues that insomnia could primarily…
Bearded dragons show REM and slow wave sleep

April 29, 2016

Behavioral sleep is ubiquitous among animals, from insects to man. In humans, sleep is also characterized by brain…
Slow Waves May Explain the Brain’s Disconnect During Dreaming

January 27, 2016

When we’re dreaming, our brains appear almost as active as when we are awake, yet we remain asleep…
Researchers find neural switch that turns dreams on and off

October 15, 2015

Activating small group of neurons in medulla causes rapid transition to REM sleep At the flip of a…
How the brain controls sleep

October 15, 2015

Sleep is usually considered an all-or-nothing state: The brain is either entirely awake or entirely asleep. However, MIT…
Neuroscientists Measure the Activity of Individual Neurons During REM Sleep for the First Time

August 12, 2015

An international team of scientists had recently discovered that the rapid twitching of the eyes seen in people…
Baby owls sleep like baby humans

August 3, 2013

Owlets spend more time in REM sleep than adult owls Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Ornithology…
Getting a grip on sleep

May 17, 2013

All mammals sleep, as do birds and some insects. However, how this basic function is regulated by the…
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