Neurology Central

Better sleep works like a dream at reducing fear learning

New research from Rutgers University (NJ, USA) has demonstrated that sleep quality is associated with fear learning in young adults, and could be used as a predictor of susceptibility to PTSD.

Problems with sleep and PTSD are known to be common bedfellows, with REM sleep in particular associated with neural activity following fear conditioning.

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