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On self-report measures, more than 20% of adults and college students state that they engage in body rocking. A variety of functions of rocking behaviors have.

Grown-ups tucked into a gently swaying bed for the night fell asleep faster and slept deeper, scientists report in the Feb. 4 Current Biology. Neuroscientist Laurence Bayer of the University of Geneva and her colleagues first got a hint that adults might benefit from rocking in.

Rocking isn't just for babies anymore—it can soothe slumbering adults, too. Two papers in the January 24 Current Biology online suggest that a.

Rocking; Banging the head; Self-biting; Nail biting; Self-hitting It is more common in childhood or adolescence than adulthood but can occur.