Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Melatonin and Its Uses

by Josephine Arendt Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Surrey, Guildford, United Kingdom Josephine Arendt PhD is a pioneer and international leader of circadian...

Does Sleep Reflect Daytime Experience in Specific Parts of the Brain?

by Alexander Borbély University of Zurich, Switzerland Alexander Borbély MD, emeritus Professor, developed the two-process model of sleep regulation assuming an interaction of a homeostatic and...

Challenging the Tendency to Oversleep: A Strategy for Confronting Chronic Depression

by Robert Levitan Department of Psychiatry and Institute of Medical Science, University of Toronto Robert Levitan MD is a member of the CET’s Board of Advisors,...

A Brief Guide to Chronic Insomnia Disorder

by Dieter Riemann Center for Mental Illness, Department of Psychiatry & Psychotherapy Medical Center, University of Freiburg, Germany Dieter Riemann Dr. rer.soc. Dipl. Psych. is Professor...

The Night, and Sleep, Need Darkness

The Night, and Sleep, Need Darkness We are losing the night.  Most parts of the world are lit up with streetlights and other sources of...

Power Naps Bring Power

Power Naps Bring Power Sleep science is very curious about napping.  Some people do it, others avoid it, babies are multiple nappers, oldies need to...

The Secrets of Falling Asleep

In the sleep medicine toolbox, doctors differentiate between the disorders of Falling asleep (sleep onset disorder) Staying asleep (sleep continuity disorder) Early morning awakening Our...

Five Tips for Healthy Sleep During COVID-19 and After

by Christine Blume Centre for Chronobiology & Transfaculty Research PlatformMolecular and Cognitive Neurosciences, Psychiatric Hospital, University of Basel, Switzerland Christine Blume PhD is a psychologist who...

Sleep and Aging: Why Does Sleep Change as We Age?

by Sonia Ancoli-Israel Department of Psychiatry, Center for Circadian Biology, University of California, San Diego USA Sonia Ancoli-Israel PhD, Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry, is a past-president...
A Tale of two sleepers

A Tale of Two Sleepers

How a champion sleeper and an insomniac learned to synchronize their sleep schedules. It was the best of sleep, it was the worst of sleep—in...

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