Rocking Improves Sleep, Boosts Memory
Rocking Improves Sleep, Boosts Memory
Sleeping on a rhythmically swaying surface helps synchronize sleep oscillations in the human brain, a study finds.
Rocking Improves Sleep, Boosts Memory
Rocking Improves Sleep, Boosts Memory

Sleeping on a rhythmically swaying surface helps synchronize sleep oscillations in the human brain, a study finds.

Sleeping on a rhythmically swaying surface helps synchronize sleep oscillations in the human brain, a study finds.

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Blind Cavefish in Mexico Offer Clues to Sleep Regulation
Blind Cavefish in Mexico Offer Clues to Sleep Regulation
Catherine Offord | Feb 7, 2018
Two studies identify a signaling pathway that contributes to the fish’s sleeplessness.
Slumber Numbers
Slumber Numbers
Jef Akst | Mar 1, 2016
Ideas abound for why some animal species sleep so much more than others, but definitive data are elusive.