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While parents must be firm about sleep, children should not be punished for problems, for this would simply associate sleep with tension and would spark resistance.
EVT 201 significantly reduced wake after sleep onset while significantly increasing the total sleep time and quality of sleep with no subjective residual effects.
A post-hoc analysis of the results of a 545-patient, double-blind study of LUNESTA in patients with insomnia and co-existing Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) was conducted to determine whether reductions in patients' HAM-D17 scores (Hamilton Depression Rating Scale; a list of symptoms associated with depression) during the study were attributable to improvements in sleep with co-therapy relative to monotherapy.
Birds also can sleep with both hemispheres resting at once.
Stanford University researchers also found that 87 percent of those who slept on the Sleep Number bed experienced a greater percentage of REM sleep with fewer disturbances.