Study finds fragmented sleep patterns can predict vulnerability to chronic stress

New research from NYU Abu Dhabi’s Laboratory of Neural Systems and Behavior for the first time used an animal model to demonstrate how abnormal sleep architecture can be a predictor of stress vulnerability. These important findings have the potential to inform the development of sleep tests that can help identify who may be susceptible—or resilient—to future stress.


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