Deep Sleep Linked to Cognitive Performance in People Living with Parkinson's


(October 23, 2017) - Patients with Parkinson's disease who have higher levels of slow-wave, or deep, sleep show significantly higher performance on a variety cognitive measures compared with those who have lower slow-wave sleep levels, despite no differences between the groups' subjective measures of daytime sleepiness. Read more

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