Men and individuals over the age of 65 years report sleeping better when they have access to natural surroundings, such as a park or beach.
Many previous findings suggest that understanding the causal relationship between the sleep–wake cycle and Alzheimer’s disease pathologies will provide novel insight into the pathophysiology of Alzheimer’s. This article explores the hypotheses.
Men and individuals over the age of 65 who have access to natural surroundings report improved sleep quality.
This original research article evaluates sleep quality and associated factors such as demography, mental health and physical morbidity in HIV-positive individuals.
Rapid eye movement sleep may be important in actively converting waking experiences into lasting memories and abilities in young brains via the activation of an extracellular signal-regulated kinase.
An international trial studying the impact of the hormone melatonin on the sleep of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder has recently begun recruiting
An Oxford University-led study has provided preliminary evidence that a ‘good night’s sleep’ may actually increase intrusive traumatic memories.
This editorial summarizes the literature on the co-occurrence of sleep disturbance and pain, presents theoretical models linking sleep and pain, and discusses the next steps for future research and treatment.