Is paradoxical sleep setting up innate and acquired complex sensorimotor and adaptive behaviours?: A proposed function based on literature review
J Sleep Res. 2022 May 21:e13633. doi: 10.1111/jsr.13633. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTWe summarize here the progress in identifying the neuronal network as well as the function of paradoxical sleep and the gaps of knowledge that should be filled in priority. The core system generating paradoxical sleep localized in the brainstem is now well identified, and the next step is to clarify the role of the forebrain in particular that of the hypothalamus including the melanin-concentrating hormone neurons and of the basolateral amygdala. We discuss these two options, and also the discovery that cortical activation during paradox...
Source: Journal of Sleep Research - May 21, 2022 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Elisa Casaglia Pierre-Herv é Luppi Source Type: research

Electric field aspects in hypoglossal nerve stimulation for obstructive sleep apnea: A bilateral electrophysiological evaluation of unilateral electrode configuration changes
This study examined how electrode configuration, stimulation cuff position, or body mass index influenced the contralateral genioglossus electromyography (EMG) signal. Twenty-nine patients underwent three EMG recordings in a polysomnographic setting after being implanted with a unilateral hypoglossal nerve stimulator for at least 6 months. The ratio of EMG signals between the ipsi- and contralateral sides was evaluated. No difference in EMG signals was demonstrated based on electrode configurations, stimulation-cuff position, body-mass-index, or sleep apnea severity, even in patients with right tongue protrusion only. Our ...
Source: Journal of Sleep Research - May 21, 2022 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Armin Steffen Florian Joffrey Moritz Inke R K önig Maria V Suurna Norbert Br üggemann Source Type: research

The effect of sleep continuity disruption on multimodal emotion processing and regulation: a laboratory-based, randomised, controlled experiment in good sleepers
In conclusion, 1 night of sleep continuity disruption had no appreciable effect on objective measures of emotion processing or emotion regulation in response to worry induction, despite clear effects on memory consolidation, vigilance, and self-reported affect and anxiety.PMID:35578403 | DOI:10.1111/jsr.13634 (Source: Journal of Sleep Research)
Source: Journal of Sleep Research - May 17, 2022 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Matthew J Reid Ximena Omlin Colin A Espie Rachel Sharman Sandra Tamm Simon D Kyle Source Type: research

The effect of sleep continuity disruption on multimodal emotion processing and regulation: a laboratory-based, randomised, controlled experiment in good sleepers
In conclusion, 1 night of sleep continuity disruption had no appreciable effect on objective measures of emotion processing or emotion regulation in response to worry induction, despite clear effects on memory consolidation, vigilance, and self-reported affect and anxiety.PMID:35578403 | DOI:10.1111/jsr.13634 (Source: Journal of Sleep Research)
Source: Journal of Sleep Research - May 17, 2022 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Matthew J Reid Ximena Omlin Colin A Espie Rachel Sharman Sandra Tamm Simon D Kyle Source Type: research

The effect of sleep continuity disruption on multimodal emotion processing and regulation: a laboratory-based, randomised, controlled experiment in good sleepers
In conclusion, 1 night of sleep continuity disruption had no appreciable effect on objective measures of emotion processing or emotion regulation in response to worry induction, despite clear effects on memory consolidation, vigilance, and self-reported affect and anxiety.PMID:35578403 | DOI:10.1111/jsr.13634 (Source: Journal of Sleep Research)
Source: Journal of Sleep Research - May 17, 2022 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Matthew J Reid Ximena Omlin Colin A Espie Rachel Sharman Sandra Tamm Simon D Kyle Source Type: research

The effect of sleep continuity disruption on multimodal emotion processing and regulation: a laboratory-based, randomised, controlled experiment in good sleepers
In conclusion, 1 night of sleep continuity disruption had no appreciable effect on objective measures of emotion processing or emotion regulation in response to worry induction, despite clear effects on memory consolidation, vigilance, and self-reported affect and anxiety.PMID:35578403 | DOI:10.1111/jsr.13634 (Source: Journal of Sleep Research)
Source: Journal of Sleep Research - May 17, 2022 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Matthew J Reid Ximena Omlin Colin A Espie Rachel Sharman Sandra Tamm Simon D Kyle Source Type: research

Adenosine, caffeine, and sleep-wake regulation: state of the science and perspectives
J Sleep Res. 2022 May 16. doi: 10.1111/jsr.13597. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTFor hundreds of years, mankind has been influencing its sleep and waking state through the adenosinergic system. For ~100 years now, systematic research has been performed, first started by testing the effects of different dosages of caffeine on sleep and waking behaviour. About 70 years ago, adenosine itself entered the picture as a possible ligand of the receptors where caffeine hooks on as an antagonist to reduce sleepiness. Since the scientific demonstration that this is indeed the case, progress has been fast. Today, adenosine is widely ac...
Source: Journal of Sleep Research - May 16, 2022 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Carolin Franziska Reichert Tom Deboer Hans-Peter Landolt Source Type: research

Adenosine, caffeine, and sleep-wake regulation: state of the science and perspectives
J Sleep Res. 2022 May 16. doi: 10.1111/jsr.13597. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTFor hundreds of years, mankind has been influencing its sleep and waking state through the adenosinergic system. For ~100 years now, systematic research has been performed, first started by testing the effects of different dosages of caffeine on sleep and waking behaviour. About 70 years ago, adenosine itself entered the picture as a possible ligand of the receptors where caffeine hooks on as an antagonist to reduce sleepiness. Since the scientific demonstration that this is indeed the case, progress has been fast. Today, adenosine is widely ac...
Source: Journal of Sleep Research - May 16, 2022 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Carolin Franziska Reichert Tom Deboer Hans-Peter Landolt Source Type: research

The relationship between parents' cognitions, bedtime behaviours and sleep-related practices with their child's sleep
J Sleep Res. 2022 May 13:e13627. doi: 10.1111/jsr.13627. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTCertain parental cognitions about child sleep and bedtime behaviours used with their child have been linked to poorer child sleep. However, previous research has focused on mothers and explored only a limited range of sleep-related cognitions and practices. The present study investigated whether parental cognitions and sleep-related practices (both in connection with their own sleep and their child's sleep), alongside the bedtime behaviours used with their child were associated with and/or were predictive of their child's sleep. Mothers ...
Source: Journal of Sleep Research - May 14, 2022 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Georgia Cook Jane V Appleton Luci Wiggs Source Type: research

Evidence of circalunar rhythmicity in young children's evening melatonin levels
J Sleep Res. 2022 May 14:e13635. doi: 10.1111/jsr.13635. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTIn adults, recent evidence demonstrates that sleep and circadian physiology change across lunar phases, including findings that endogenous melatonin levels are lower near the full moon compared to the new moon. Here, we extend these results to early childhood by examining circalunar fluctuations in children's evening melatonin levels. We analysed extant data on young children's circadian rhythms (n = 46, aged 3.0-5.9 years, 59% female). After following a strict sleep schedule for 5-7 days, children completed an in-home, dim-light circadi...
Source: Journal of Sleep Research - May 14, 2022 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Lauren E Hartstein Kenneth P Wright Lameese D Akacem Cecilia Diniz Behn Monique K LeBourgeois Source Type: research

The relationship between parents' cognitions, bedtime behaviours and sleep-related practices with their child's sleep
J Sleep Res. 2022 May 13:e13627. doi: 10.1111/jsr.13627. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTCertain parental cognitions about child sleep and bedtime behaviours used with their child have been linked to poorer child sleep. However, previous research has focused on mothers and explored only a limited range of sleep-related cognitions and practices. The present study investigated whether parental cognitions and sleep-related practices (both in connection with their own sleep and their child's sleep), alongside the bedtime behaviours used with their child were associated with and/or were predictive of their child's sleep. Mothers ...
Source: Journal of Sleep Research - May 14, 2022 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Georgia Cook Jane V Appleton Luci Wiggs Source Type: research

Evidence of circalunar rhythmicity in young children's evening melatonin levels
J Sleep Res. 2022 May 14:e13635. doi: 10.1111/jsr.13635. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTIn adults, recent evidence demonstrates that sleep and circadian physiology change across lunar phases, including findings that endogenous melatonin levels are lower near the full moon compared to the new moon. Here, we extend these results to early childhood by examining circalunar fluctuations in children's evening melatonin levels. We analysed extant data on young children's circadian rhythms (n = 46, aged 3.0-5.9 years, 59% female). After following a strict sleep schedule for 5-7 days, children completed an in-home, dim-light circadi...
Source: Journal of Sleep Research - May 14, 2022 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Lauren E Hartstein Kenneth P Wright Lameese D Akacem Cecilia Diniz Behn Monique K LeBourgeois Source Type: research

Infant feeding type and maternal sleep during the postpartum period: a systematic review and meta-analysis
J Sleep Res. 2022 May 12:e13625. doi: 10.1111/jsr.13625. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTThe aim of this meta-analysis was to examine the associations among infant feeding types, sleeping habits, and maternal sleep postpartum. Databases including Cumulative Index of Nursing and Allied-Health Literature (CINAHL), PubMed, and Google Scholar were searched in addition to reference lists from selected articles and other key references. A critical review of relevant articles from the data sources was conducted with attention to the infant feeding types and maternal night-time sleep. The methodological quality was assessed systemat...
Source: Journal of Sleep Research - May 13, 2022 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Manassawee Srimoragot Patricia E Hershberger Chang Park Teri L Hernandez Bilgay Izci Balserak Source Type: research

Infant feeding type and maternal sleep during the postpartum period: a systematic review and meta-analysis
J Sleep Res. 2022 May 12:e13625. doi: 10.1111/jsr.13625. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTThe aim of this meta-analysis was to examine the associations among infant feeding types, sleeping habits, and maternal sleep postpartum. Databases including Cumulative Index of Nursing and Allied-Health Literature (CINAHL), PubMed, and Google Scholar were searched in addition to reference lists from selected articles and other key references. A critical review of relevant articles from the data sources was conducted with attention to the infant feeding types and maternal night-time sleep. The methodological quality was assessed systemat...
Source: Journal of Sleep Research - May 13, 2022 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Manassawee Srimoragot Patricia E Hershberger Chang Park Teri L Hernandez Bilgay Izci Balserak Source Type: research

Daily and average associa3tions of physical activity, social media use, and sleep among adolescent girls during the COVID-19 pandemic
J Sleep Res. 2022 May 10:e13611. doi: 10.1111/jsr.13611. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTAdolescents' daily lives have been disrupted during the Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. It remains unclear how changes in adolescents' daily physical and social behaviours affect their sleep. The present study examined the daily and average effects of physical activity and social media use (i.e., video chatting, texting, and social networking sites) on adolescent girls' sleep during the COVID-19 pandemic. Adolescent girls aged 12-17 years (N = 93; 69% White) from a larger longitudinal study completed a 10-day daily diary pr...
Source: Journal of Sleep Research - May 10, 2022 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Jessica L Hamilton Emily Hutchinson Maria R Evankovich Cecile D Ladouceur Jennifer S Silk Source Type: research