Given the interactions of sleep with learning and memory, researchers hypothesized that increasing sleep duration following trauma exposure would restore overall function and improve trauma-induced fear-associated memory dysfunction.
Given the increase in recent years of e-cigarette use, researchers looked at whether this use is associated with sleep deprivation in a sample of young adults.
Investigators seek to identify the prevalence of sleep disorders and estimate the cross-sectional association between sleep disorders and burnout symptoms among faculty and staff in a large teaching hospital system.
Researchers looked to further connect the dots between cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia and repetitive negative thinking.
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.
Researchers conducted 1-month follow-ups with patients who had either been treated at the hospital or at home for COVID-19 and found that longer hospital stays were associated with lower scores on psychopathology dimension tests.
Prescription drugs for the treatment of various sleep disorders including insomnia, narcolepsy, non-24-hour sleep disorder, and restless leg syndrome.
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 effect of low, moderate, and severe symptoms of depression, anxiety, and stress on insomnia improvements during Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for insomnia