Everyone knows that the easy trick to calm the restless baby is to break them back and forth. For some reason the gentle movement from one side to the other calms the little children and puts them to sleep in the country of dreams.
You would not expect exactly the same thing to work for an adult, but a new study suggests that shaking away during sleep can have some tremendous benefits, including deeper sleep, waking less and even improved memory. challenging. To make it possible, researchers at the University of Geneva built a bed that slowly sways back and forth across a large frame. , Equipped with electrodes to monitor brain activity, participants clutched while researchers collected data. Everyone was asked to spend three nights in bed. The first night was to help them feel comfortable, the second was used to monitor brain activity while swinging and sleeping, and the third was a night in a single bed without a swinging motion.
The BBC report, the team found that sleeping swing allows subjects to achieve a deeper sleep and are less inclined to wake up at night. The swing was tender enough not to cause a sense of "sickness" and the participants experienced the deepest sleep during the swing test. This quieter sleep stimulates brain functions as a memory that is tracked using memory tests given to each participant. a mattress from the ceiling of your bedroom or something, but it will be interesting to see if this turns into a new trend for people who appreciate a good night's sleep.