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This research includes studies investigating standard polysomnograph results in the Sleep Disorders Clinic in Hamilton, ON, and the St. Charles Sleep Disorders Center in Port Jefferson, NY.
Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05115305
When researchers found a strong correlation between electroencephalographic slow waves and auditory arousal thresholds in the first electroencephalographic sleep experiments, electroencephalography became merely a surrogate for the behavioral term. We hypothesize that unconscious patterns of brain function or functional connectivity exist during sleep, and that a sleep-based approach would reveal these patterns. Design Within a one-week home-monitoring period that includes regular in-to-bed and out-of-bed measurements, the subjects will complete two all-night functional magnetic resonance imaging sleep studies separated by a one-week washout cycle with continued home monitoring. We'll track sleep quality by rewarding subjects with auditory stimuli that gradually increase in intensity. Generated The results obtained from functional magnetic resonance imaging technology indicate that auditory arousal thresholds and the preceding brain activity and functional connectivity will be generated.
Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT02629107
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