stress and sleep

Evidence that Napping May Correct Interleukin-6 Changes and the Stress Induction Caused By Sleep Deprivation

Evidence that Napping May Correct Interleukin-6 Changes and the Stress Induction Caused By Sleep Deprivation

A study published in the March issue of The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism (JCEM) indicates that short-term napping is able to restore, to a great extent, the neurohormonal and immune changes induced by sleep deprivation. Insufficient sleep is well-known to be associated with poor attention and performance deficits. However, an increasing body of […]