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Sleep Meditation and References

On the Sleep Meditation page, the research referred to in the "Health Benefits Of Sleep" section includes the following scientific papers:

Walker, M.P.; Stickgold, R., 2004, "Sleep-Dependent Learning and Memory Consolidation", Neuron, 44 (1), 121–133

Gumenyuk, V. PhD; Roth, T PhD; Korzyukov, O. PhD; Jefferson,  C. BS; Bowyer, S. PhD; Drake, C.L. PhD, 2011, "Habitual Short Sleep Impacts Frontal Switch Mechanism in Attention to Novelty", Sleep, 34 (12), 1659-1670

Kruegera, G.P., 1989, "Sustained work, fatigue, sleep loss and performance: A review of the issues", Work & Stress: An International Journal of Work, Health & Organisations, 3 (2), 129-141

Bryant, P.A.; Trinder, J.; Curtis, N., 2004 "Sick and tired: does sleep have a vital role in the immune system?", Nature Reviews Immunology, 4, 457-467 

Simpson, N; Dinges. D.F, 2007, "Sleep and Inflammation", Nutrition reviews, 65, Issue Supplement s3, pages S244–S252

Knutson, K.L.; Van Cauter, E.; Rathouz, P.J.; Yan, L.L.; Hulley, S.B.;, Liu, K.; Lauderdale, D.S., 2009, "Association Between Sleep and Blood Pressure in Midlife The CARDIA Sleep Study", Arch intern Med., 169 (11), 1055–1061

Âkerstedt, T., 2006, "Psychosocial stress and impaired sleep", Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health, 32 (6), 493-501

Himashree, G.; Banerjee, P.K.; Selvamurthy, W., 2002, "Sleep and performance--recent trends" Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, 46 (1), 6-24

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