Delta and theta power spectra of night sleep EEG are higher in breast-feeding mothers than in non-pregnant women

Kyoko Nishihara, Shigeko Horiuchi, Hiromi Eto, Sunao Uchida, Makoto Honda

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    The power spectra of night sleep EEGs of 12 breast-feeding 9-13 week postpartum mothers were analyzed and compared with those of 12 non-pregnant women. The power spectra in the delta and theta frequency range during NREM sleep for breast-feeding mothers were significantly higher than those for non-pregnant women. In addition, the all-night sleep patterns of the mothers were classified into two groups - interrupted sleep due to taking care of their infants and non-interrupted sleep - in order to observe the influence of partial sleep deprivation. The power spectra in the delta and theta frequency range were not significantly different between them. This result suggests that increased delta and theta power spectra during postpartum sleep do not result from partial sleep deprivation. The role of prolactin in breast-feeding mothers' sleep is also discussed.

    元の言語English
    ページ(範囲)216-220
    ページ数5
    ジャーナルNeuroscience Letters
    368
    発行部数2
    DOI
    出版物ステータスPublished - 2004 9 23

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    Breast Feeding
    Electroencephalography
    Sleep
    Mothers
    Sleep Deprivation
    Postpartum Period
    Infant Care
    Prolactin

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    • Neuroscience(all)

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    Delta and theta power spectra of night sleep EEG are higher in breast-feeding mothers than in non-pregnant women. / Nishihara, Kyoko; Horiuchi, Shigeko; Eto, Hiromi; Uchida, Sunao; Honda, Makoto.

    :: Neuroscience Letters, 巻 368, 番号 2, 23.09.2004, p. 216-220.

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    Nishihara, Kyoko ; Horiuchi, Shigeko ; Eto, Hiromi ; Uchida, Sunao ; Honda, Makoto. / Delta and theta power spectra of night sleep EEG are higher in breast-feeding mothers than in non-pregnant women. :: Neuroscience Letters. 2004 ; 巻 368, 番号 2. pp. 216-220.
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