Sound cues during sleep found to drive development of new motor skills

A new study has found sound cues can help drive the development of new motor skills during sleep

Over the past few years we have seen a string a studies shed light on the way we can continue to learn and form memories while we sleep. A new paper deepens our understanding of the relationship between slumber and brain function by demonstrating how sound cues during slow-wave sleep can enhance the learning of new motor skills.

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Category: Health & Wellbeing, Lifestyle

Tags: Sleep, Northwestern University, Motor Skills

Anthony Harris