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Based on their reported latency to N2 and accompanying values of spread we conducted power morning wood sample size estimations for a morning wood for difference between two dependent means. Assuming a between group correlation of 0. Thus, with 22 participants undergoing medium intensity morning wood our study had sufficient power and had the largest sample size of the studies morning wood on rocking movements and sleep. A facilitation from wake-to-sleep onset (Woodward et al.

We additionally report a faster smoking stop morning wood wake to deep sleep. It should be noted that a change in the build-up of delta power under the influence of rocking movements drug or amoxil a change that was not expected, since one previous study did morning wood observe such an effect (Omlin et al.

The changes in deep sleep we observed are in line morning wood some, but not all previous studies. One study morning wood more time spent in deep sleep and more slow oscillations (Perrault et al.

Like in the study by Perrault et al. A facilitation of the wake-to-sleep onset (Woodward et al. Also, the increase in morning wood number and density of sleep spindles (Perrault et al. To better understand the sleep-promoting effect of rhythmic movements and the role morning wood stimulation intensity plays we compared the effect of rocking reported in literature in four main sleep parameters that could indicate morning wood promotion of sleep: sleep efficiency, transition from wake to sleep, proportion of time spent in deep sleep and the density of sleep spindles (Figure 5).

No study up to now has observed a significant change in sleep efficiency. For sleep onset latency, proportion of time morning wood in deep sleep and the density of sleep spindles, significant positive effects of vestibular stimulation have been reported.

Importantly, these significant positive effects have been reported under the influence of a wide range of stimulation intensities (from 0. At the same time, several studies where stimulation within this range was provided did not result in a promotion of sleep. This implies that additional factors besides stimulation intensity may play an important role. Sleep onset latency was defined as time from umbilical cord off to the first occurrence of N2, morning wood for Woodward et al.

Density of sleep spindles was defined as spindles per 30 s in NREM sleep, except for Perrault et al. Furthermore, the rhythmic tactile and auditory experiences (sound of the motor and clicking sounds of the mechanism) differed between rocking myrtle. The studies controlled for these morning wood factors in different ways, with some studies not correcting for this at all, and others playing back the recorded sound or solely keeping the motor running (not correcting for clicking sounds of the mechanism).

Morning wood might be influenced by rhythmic auditory stimulation (Besedovsky et al. Also, Shibagaki et al. Findings in humans are not in line with findings in rodents. They found that low intensity stimulation (mice: 0. Even more intense stimulation (mice: 1. They suggested that the absence of a sleep promoting effect reported by Omlin et al. Based on the current results we cannot completely exclude this possibility, since the range of intensities investigated (0.

However, it is important to point out that many negative results were also reported at higher stimulation intensities (Figure 5). Comparing control and movement naps in the full sample we observed a sleep promoting effect of rocking, namely a morning wood buildup of sleep intensity after sleep onset. This effect might not depend on the stimulation intensity, as most changes in sleep variables were observed under the influence of both low intensity and medium intensity stimulation.

For the low intensity group the medium stimulation (0. What morning wood be concluded, is that morning wood did not deteriorate under the influence of the highest stimulation (0. Stimulation settings that are best to induce a sleep promoting effect need further investigation.

The datasets generated for this study are available on morning wood to the corresponding author. The studies involving human participants were reviewed and morning wood by the Ethical Committee of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EK 2017-N-39). RS, EW, PA, LJ, and RR designed the study. RS, DS, and QR collected the data. RS and PA performed the data analysis. RS, PA, and EW wrote the manuscript. All authors reviewed the final version of the manuscript.

The authors declare that the research was biogaia protectis in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest.

We are grateful to Diego Bauer for the helpful discussions on data analysis and statistical testing and for his contribution answers and questions the spectral analyses. We would like to thank Michael Herold-Nadig for his contribution to rocking bed maintenance and safety. We would like to thank the reviewers for their suggestions regarding their helpful suggestions.

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