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This could explain why sound sleep doesnt come easily to kids whose signaling systems may not be properly calibrated, OConnor said. However, more research is needed to monitor this signaling pathway more closely, watching for biological hints as to why sleep and behavioral disturbances so often crop up together.

In the meantime, pregnant women concerned about how their own mood-disturbance may harm their unborn babys sleeping habits, development and emotional health may want to consider psychological treatment, OConnor said. Several evidence-based therapies exist, and unlike medication, none of them are suspect in the least for causing adverse effects to baby.

Given prenatally, psychological interventions could instill a whole host of benefits that may carry-over to the child, OConnor said. Still, more clinical research is needed to see how we can best promote healthy pregnancies and healthy babies.


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Contact: Becky Jones
rebecca_jones@urmc.rochester.edu
585-275-8490
University of Rochester Medical Center
27-Jul-2007


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