Let it go: Mental breaks after work improve sleep
(American Psychological Association) If you've had a bad day at work thanks to rude colleagues, doing something fun and relaxing after you punch out could net you a better night's sleep.
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Babies who got solid food early were sleeping 17 minutes longer per night than those that had breast-fed through 6 months of age.
ConclusionsThe use of a particular method of slow wave detection needs to be adjusted to the objectives of a given study: to detect all slow waves, but also numerous false positives can be achieved using the fast frequency approach. Neural network pattern recognition method alone can detect slow waves with the lowest false-positive rate, that can be further minimized with the use of combination of other methods.Graphical Abstract
Conclusions: The fast convolutional method worked well on the tested datasets. It achieved a high F-measure result and an efficient running time. Thus, it can be considered a promising tool for sleep stage classification. PMID: 30109150 [PubMed]
[Melatonin: Physiological and pharmacological aspects related to sleep: The interest of a prolonged-release formulation (Circadin®) in insomnia]. Encephale. 2018 Aug 11;: Authors: Quera-Salva MA, Claustrat B Abstract Melatonin is a hormone secreted by the pineal gland. It displays a very marked nycthohemeral rhythm, which is entrained to the light dark cycle. The secretion spreads over 8-10 hours, with a maximum around 3-4 a.m. Melatonin plays the role of an endogenous synchronizer which regulates circadian rhythms, especially the sleep/wake and temperature rhythms. Acute melatonin administrat...
Worsening seen for sleep duration, quality of sleep, and daytime sleepiness
This study examines the proportion and context of family-based interventions to prevent childhood obesity that promote child sleep. We drew on data from a recent systematic review and content analysis of family-based interventions for childhood obesity prevention published between 2008 and 2015, coupled with new data on sleep promotion strategies, designs, and measures. Out of 119 eligible family-based interventions to prevent childhood obesity, 24 (20%) promoted child sleep. In contrast, 106 (89%) interventions targeted diet, 97 (82%) targeted physical activity, and 63 (53%) targeted media use in children. Most interventi...
Conditions: Heart Failure; Cardiac Failure; Congestive Heart Failure; Insomnia; Sleep Disorder; Sleep Initiation and Maintenance Disorders; Disorders of Initiating and Maintaining Sleep; Anxiety; Depression Interventions: Behavioral: Brief treatment for Insomnia; Behavioral: Sleep Monitoring Sponsor: Ohio State University Recruiting
Conditions: Sleep; Circadian Dysregulation; Mood Intervention: Device: Light Sponsors: VA Palo Alto Health Care System; Seoul Semiconductor Not yet recruiting
Condition: Sleep Apnea Intervention: Device: NightOwl HSAT Sponsors: Ectosense NV; Ziekenhuis Oost-Limburg Recruiting