Following overnight sleep or total sleep deprivation, study participants attempted to suppress intrusions of emotionally negative and neutral scenes when confronted with reminders.
Since the association between physiological sleep characteristics and brain structure is not well understood, researchers aimed to investigate gray matter volume and cognitive performance related to physiological sleep characteristics.
This study addresses possible consequences of the COVID-19 crisis and home confinement on maternal anxiety, maternal insomnia, and maternal reports of sleep problems among children aged 6–72 months.
Examining the association of Anglo and Mexican acculturation to various facets of sleep health among those of Mexican descent at the United States–Mexico border.
A committee of 10 sleep clinicians developed a set of 16 consensus questions, conducted a comprehensive literature search, and extensively discussed potential diagnostic criteria.
Researchers analyzed autopsy brain tissue from confirmed obstructive sleep apnea cases for amyloid beta and tau, hallmark proteins of Alzheimer disease.
Both insufficient and excessive sleep are associated with faster cognitive decline compared with sleeping approximately 7 hours per night.
A review of relevant literature looked at the relationship between obstructive sleep apnea and adverse COVID-19 outcomes.
Researchers explored the occurrence of sleep disturbances, fatigue, and anxiety/depression in patients with psoriatic arthritis.
There is an inverted U-shaped association between sleep duration and global cognitive decline.