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Controlled Vestibular Stimulation: A Novel Treatment for Insomnia.

@article{Sailesh2013ControlledVS,
  title={Controlled Vestibular Stimulation: A Novel Treatment for Insomnia.},
  author={K. Sailesh and Mukkadan Jk},
  journal={International Journal of Health Sciences and Research},
  year={2013},
  volume={3},
  pages={127-134}
}
Everyday activities such as running, dancing, swinging, falling aside, or driving cars may exert positive and negative effects on subjective well-being. Rocking is soothing because it is similar to the movements in utero. A thorough review of literature revealed that vestibular system is having extensive interactions with hypothalamus, dorsal raphe nucleus, nucleus tractus solitarius, locus coeruleus, hippocampal formation and promotes sleep. Vestibular stimulation promotes sleep by relieving… Expand
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