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Earthquake-like brainwave explosions proved essential for healthy sleep

Findings combine sound sleep with brainwave explosions that mimic earthquakes. Picture credits: Ivanov et al. Recent studies in rats show that cortical excitement and brief awakening during sleep have imbalance dynamics and complex organization over time scales, which are required for spontaneous sleep-state transitions and for maintaining healthy sleep. Prof. Plamen Ch. Ivanov of Boston University and colleagues present these …

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Healthy sleep associated with earthquake-like brainwaves due to intrinsic excitation activations

Findings combine healthy sleep with brainwave explosions that mathematically mimic earthquakes. Credit: Ivanov et al. Findings combine sound sleep with brainwave explosions that mathematically mimic earthquakes. Recent studies in rats show that cortical excitement and short awakening during sleep have imbalance dynamics and complex organization across time scales. Necessary for spontaneous sleep-state transitions and for maintaining healthy sleep. Prof. Plamen …

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