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Have you ever experienced that everything hurts after a sleepless night? A recent study has uncovered a neurotransmitter, N-arachidonoyl dopamine (NADA), linked to the pain caused by sleep deprivation, offering potential avenues for treatment. In sleep-deprived mouse models, researchers found reduced NADA levels in a brain region associated with sensory processing and arousal. Administering NADA to this area effectively alleviated the heightened pain response.
As the clocks prepare to change, making those early mornings even more challenging, it's essential to consider how your diet can help you stay energized and maintain a good night's sleep.
For many adults, maintaining a consistent sleep schedule amid the demands of work, family, and social commitments is a challenge. However, recent research conducted at Augusta University in Georgia suggests that this variability in sleep patterns could be linked to accelerated biological aging.
Sleeping less than six hours a night? It's time to pay attention to your heart. Sleep deprivation isn't just about feeling groggy...
Challenging Your Body Clock: Unravelling Disruptions with Mathematics
A recent study conducted at the University of York highlights the significant impact of high-quality sleep on mental health. The research shows that quality sleep, along with positive coping strategies, can help prevent poor mental health outcomes during periods of chronic stress. The findings underscore the importance of targeting both sleep quality and coping strategies to enhance well-being and reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety.