Sleep an Inter circuit between: Heart and Brain

The observation of our heart and brain while we sleep can provide important information for the diagnosis of widespread, chronic disorders, like insomnia, sleep apnea, hypertension and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). This work is a typical multidisciplinary work, which exploits the most modern theories and techniques of information analysis to describe complex behaviours of the human physiological system. The study deals with the heart-brain interactions and brain rhythms during sleep. The study is interesting within the scientific community because the alterations of these dynamics are connected with important chronic disorders with great epidemiological impact. The locution of the session is to know the information of the topics like Substrates like Role of Sleep in psychiatric functioning, Brain function during sleep deprivation and sleep disorders, Sleep loss behaviour and physiology, Sleep, memory and emotion, Memory loss and Dementia, Development, Aging and the Sleeping Brain, Cerebrovascular Sleep Disorders

  • Role of Sleep in psychiatric functioning
  • Brain function during sleep deprivation and sleep disorders
  • Sleep loss: behavior and physiology
  • Sleep, memory and emotion
  • Memory loss and Dementia
  • Development, Aging and the Sleeping Brain
  • Cerebrovascular Sleep Disorders

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