How inflammation resolution may support a better sleep recovery?
Ambiotis is very proud to share this great publication resulting from a solid collaborative work between Israel Deaconess Medical Center, the Harvard Medical School and Ambiotis !
This new scientific publication is entitled :“Greater NREM Sleep Rebound in Response to Experimental Sleep Disturbance Associated with Higher Inflammatory Resolution in Humans”. These data suggest that during recovery from sleep disturbance, NREM (non-rapid eye movement) sleep promotes inflammatory resolution, thereby acting as the sleep state that protects against low-grade systemic inflammation, which has been frequently observed as a consequence of sleep disturbances.
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