Highway to Hearing Hell: Musicians and the Danger of Deafness
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How do your sleep-wake preferences affect your risk of developing a mood disorder such as depression? A large, detailed observational study investigates.
ConclusionChildren ’s prevalence of overweight/obesity and eating attitudes improves soon after their mothers’ RYGB, but then return to pre-surgery levels at 4 years post-surgery, as do mothers’ sleep quality and symptoms of depression and anxiety, even though their weight loss was maintained.
This study aimed to investigate the effects of acupuncture at SP6 on resting electroencephalogram (EEG), meridian electrical activity (Ryodoraku), and stress in patients with confirmed insomnia. In this single-blind, randomized clinical trial subjects (N=70) from TCM treated outpatients were randomized to receive TCM based acupuncture with manual stimulation (experimental) or sham stimulation (control) treatment. Acupuncture was applied to SP6 for 20 minutes on the spleen meridian of the foot in experimental subjects and controls received sham intervention. Significant changes between pre- and post-intervention were found ...
Being exposed to a noisy workplace all day may cause stress that carries over into the evening and reduces sleep quality, suggests a small study from Taiwan.Reuters Health Information
Behavioral changes characteristic for motor learning result from synaptic plasticity within the sensorimotor system. This review summarizes how the central nervous system responds rapidly to motor activity while awake. It then discusses evidence for the hypothesis that sleep is essential for both stabilizing previously acquired motor memories and maintaining the brain’s efficacy to undergo plastic changes to learn new skills.
Happy Saturday, Psych Central readers! If you’re having the kind of weekend we are here in my neck of the woods (i.e. 90+ degree weather — whew!), take a break inside and cool down while you catch up on some of the latest in mental health this week including the psychology behind being hangry, how you can use persistent regrets to change your present life, the connection between Bob Ross and relaxation (and we’re not talking painting, here), and more! Feeling Hangry? New Study Explains The Psychology Why People Get Angry When Hungry: The Oxford English Dictionary recently accepted the word “hangry,&...
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Authors: Foroughi M, Kolla BP, Saeidifard F, Altchuler SI, Mansukhani MP PMID: 29902369 [PubMed - in process]