Bed partners may unintentionally contribute to the perpetuation of insomnia

Bed partners may unintentionally contribute to the perpetuation of insomnia Preliminary results from a new study show that partners of people who have insomnia may try to be supportive by engaging in a range of behaviors that unintentionally contradict treatment recommendations. Bed partners may unintentionally contribute to the perpetuation of insomnia Source: Science Daily Mind…

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Sleep duration impacts treatment response for depressed patients with insomnia

Sleep duration impacts treatment response for depressed patients with insomnia Preliminary results from a new study show that depressed patients with insomnia who sleep seven or more hours per night are more likely to benefit from cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia and achieve depression remission. Sleep duration impacts treatment response for depressed patients with insomnia …

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Brain development and aging

Brain development and aging The brain is a complex organ — a network of nerve cells, or neurons, producing thought, memory, action, and feeling. How does this complex system change from childhood to adulthood to late life in order to maintain optimal behavioral responses? These questions were put to the test by psychologists who studied…

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