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Insomnia Clinical Trials

A listing of Insomnia medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (15) clinical trials

The Study of the Relationship of Insomnia in the Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine at Local Clinic

Insomnia is a common sleep disturbance, there were more than a quarter of people with sleep disorders, the prevalence with more and higher, seriously affecting the health and quality of life. The Athens Insomnia Scale (referred to as AIS) can help physicians more accurately diagnose and understand the state of ...

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Neurophysiologic Correlates of Hypersomnia

The goal of this project is to examine the neurophysiology of hypersomnia during sleep and wakefulness, to identify biomarkers for excessive sleepiness in neuropsychiatric disorders, and pilot acoustical slow wave induction during sleep in patients with hypersomnolence, to determine if this decreases daytime sleepiness in these patients. The primary study ...

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The Link Between Clinical and Physiological Sleep Data and Health-related Outcomes

The investigators will conduct a population-based cohort study using linked provincial health administrative data (based at ICES) and clinical sleep data from the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre Sleep Laboratory. ICES holds an individual-level, longitudinal, coded, linkable and secure and privacy protected health databases on most publicly funded health services for ...

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Cerebral Hemodynamics in Sleep Disorders

Sleep disorders continue to be the most unrecognized modifiable risk factor for stroke. The relationship between sleep disorders and vascular risk factors and stroke has been well-documented but not fully understood. The investigators hypothesize hemodynamics impairment to be its potential mechanism. It has been reported that sleep-related breathing disorder, a ...

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Impact of Hyperarousal on Simple and Complex Cognitive Task Performance Among Insomnia Sufferers

Primary insomnia (PI) sufferers typically complain of such daytime impairments as reduced attention, concentration, memory and global mental acuity. Moreover, epidemiological studies have shown PI contributes to reduced productivity, work and traffic accidents, and serious falls among the elderly. Despite such findings, laboratory-based efforts to corroborate the cognitive complaints of ...

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Sleep Deficiency and Stroke Outcome

Background Experimental and clinical data suggest a detrimental effect of sleep deficiency/sleep fragmentation on stroke outcome. In rodents, sleep fragmentation and sleep deprivation induced in the acute phase of stroke enhance the extension of the lesion and impair functional recovery - inversely, sleep-promoting drugs have a positive effect on functional ...

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A High Density EEG Comparison of Sleep Patterns in Insomnia

Insomnia, defined as a subjective report of difficulty initiating sleep, maintaining sleep, and/or non-restorative sleep, leads to significant daytime dysfunction and increased health risks. A commonly held hypothesis is that insomnia is caused by a state of hyperarousal, but the neurobiological mechanisms of hyperarousal in insomnia are poorly understood, in ...

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PHOX2B Mutation-Confirmed Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome in A Chinese Family: Presentations From Newborn to Adulthood

Background: Congenital central hypoventilation syndrome (CCHS) is characterized by compromised chemo-reflexes that results in hypoventilation during sleep. Recently, a heterozygous PHOX2B gene mutation was identified in CCHS. This report was made to increase physicians' awareness of this rare disease. Methods: A Chinese family of CCHS with presentations from newborn to ...

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Magnetic Field Modulation Pillow for Insomnia Clinical Trial

Patients with insomnia receiving this sleep pillow with magnetic system or not would be observed in months.The effect of sleep pillow with magnetic system for insomnia would evaluated.

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Neuropsychological Outcome After Cardiac Arrest

This study is a sub-study to the large pragmatic Target Temperature Management 2 Trial (TTM2-trial, ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT02908308), assessing effectiveness of controlled hypothermia after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA). This study is designed to provide detailed information on cognition after OHCA and its relationship to associated factors as emotional function, fatigue, ...

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