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There is one clinical trial.
This study applied slowly oscillating (0.5 hz) transcranial electrical stimulation (TES; frontopolar and lateral frontal electrodes versus mastoid and occipital electrode returns) to synchronize the endogenous slow oscillations (SOs) of deep sleep (N3 or stage 3 Non-REM). A double-blind placebo control provided no stimulation. The primary endpoint was duration of N3 sleep during the night. Thirteen normal adults completed the study (before the study was terminated because of COVID-19), and usable data were obtained from ten. The synchronizing stimulation resulted in significantly longer N3 sleep compared to placebo.
Description: Duration in minutes of N3 sleepMeasure: N3 Duration Time: Measured during the night of sleep (typically 8 hours)
Description: Percentage of the night's sleep spent in N3Measure: N3 Percentage Time: Measured during the night of sleep (typically 8 hours)
Data processed on September 26, 2020.
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