Auditory Stimulation, Sleep Loss and the EEG Stages of Sleep
Chronic loss of sleep may impair performance and cause psychological distress. In fact, severe disturbances of sleep precede and accompany most acute psychiatric syndromes, and complaints of sleeplessness are among the most frequent symptoms presented to the general medical practitioner.
KeywordsSleep Deprivation Auditory Stimulation Sleep Loss General Medical Practitioner Sonic Boom
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