Monitoring the impact of stress on the sleep patterns of pilgrims using wearable sensors

@article{Muaremi2014MonitoringTI,
  title={Monitoring the impact of stress on the sleep patterns of pilgrims using wearable sensors},
  author={Amir Muaremi and Agon Bexheti and Franz Gravenhorst and Bert Arnrich and Gerhard Tr{\"o}ster},
  journal={IEEE-EMBS International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics (BHI)},
  year={2014},
  pages={185-188}
}
This work presents an approach for detecting pilgrims' stress levels using their nightly sleep patterns and identifying the most relevant sleep parameters for stress detection. We collected data from 10 participants, who wore two wearable devices, a chest strap and a wristband, during the 2013 Hajj pilgrimage. To build and evaluate different classification models we use bio-physiological measures such as ECG/HRV, respiration, body temperature and GSR data, and physical parameters including… CONTINUE READING

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