Post-Exposure Sleep Deprivation Facilitates Correctly Timed Interactions Between Glucocorticoid and Adrenergic Systems, which Attenuate Traumatic Stress Responses

@article{Cohen2012PostExposureSD,
  title={Post-Exposure Sleep Deprivation Facilitates Correctly Timed Interactions Between Glucocorticoid and Adrenergic Systems, which Attenuate Traumatic Stress Responses},
  author={Shlomi Cohen and Nitsan Kozlovsky and Michael Alex Matar and Z. Furkan Kaplan and Joseph Zohar and Hagit Cohen},
  journal={Neuropsychopharmacology},
  year={2012},
  volume={37},
  pages={2388-2404}
}
Reliable evidence supports the role of sleep in learning and memory processes. In rodents, sleep deprivation (SD) negatively affects consolidation of hippocampus-dependent memories. As memory is integral to post-traumatic stress symptoms, the effects of post-exposure SD on various aspect of the response to stress in a controlled, prospective animal model of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) were evaluated. Rats were deprived of sleep for 6 h throughout the first resting phase after predator… CONTINUE READING

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