Sleep Science Links

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Sleep Science

Below are some articles and tips that deal in-depth with Sleep Science:

Circadian Rhythms

Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews – ADHD and Insomnia

CDC – How Much Sleep Do I Need? – Sleep and Sleep Disorders

Harvard Defines Difference Between Positive Stress, Tolerable Stress, and Toxic Stress

Sleep Spindles in Midday Naps Enhance Learning In Preschool Children

Sleep Deprivation and ADHD

The Effects of Sleep Deprivation on the Body

Infant Sleep Problems

Development of Sleep and Sleep Problems in Preterm Infants

Sleep physiology and architecture

Circadian Rhythm disorders: Treatment/methods/timing

Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders: Part I, Basic Principles, Shift Work and Jet Lag Disorders

Chronic Sleep Curtailment and Adiposity

One More Reason to Get a Good Night’s Sleep

Why Do We Sleep?

Why Sleep Matters to Parents and Babies

It’s EVERY parent’s dilemma- CIO vs. ANTI-CIO…

Chronic Sleep Curtailment and Adiposity

Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders: Part I, Basic Principles, Shift Work and Jet Lag Disorders

Sleep Training and the Lactation Consultant

How Parents’ Functioning Affects Toddlers’ Sleep Patterns

Rocking/Head Banging

Infant Sleep Problems and Postnatal Depression: A Community-Based Study

Blue Light Has a Dark Side

Car Seats Lower Oxygen Levels in New Newborns

A Comparison of Respiratory Patterns in Healthy Term Placed in Car Safety Seats and Beds

Dealing With Night Fears and Fear of the Dark

What are Sleep Terrors?

Circadian Rhythms

Cross-Cultural Differences in Infant and Toddler Sleep

Bed Sharing with Infants -Can it Be Done Safely?

Reducing Postnatal Stress, anxiety and depression by improving Infant Sleep

Naps Help Baby Learn and Retain New Information

Bedtime Routine

Is it Safe? The Last Word on Sleep Training

Helping Babies Cope With Stress and Learn to Sleep

Safe Sleep and SIDS Prevention Recommendations

Prevention of SIDS in Canada

ADHD and Sleep Deprivation in Children


Over-stimulated and Overscheduled Kids- Snooze or Loose

Extinction Burst by Dr. Gerald Stein

Intermittent Reinforcement

Connections in the brains of young children strengthen during sleep, CU-Boulder study finds


Circadian phase and its relationship to nighttime sleep in toddlers.

Understanding sleep–wake behavior and sleep disorders in children: the value of a model

For children, poor sleep can lead to emotional and behavioral problems

Lack Of Sleep Kills Brain Cells, New Study Shows

Chronic Sleep Curtailment and Adiposity


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