Polysomnographic and subjective sleep markers of mild cognitive impairment.

@article{HitaYaez2013PolysomnographicAS,
  title={Polysomnographic and subjective sleep markers of mild cognitive impairment.},
  author={Eva Hita-Ya{\~n}ez and Mercedes Atienza and Jose Luis Cantero},
  journal={Sleep},
  year={2013},
  volume={36 9},
  pages={1327-34}
}
STUDY OBJECTIVES Growing evidence suggests that sleep disturbances precede by years the clinical onset of Alzheimer disease (AD). The goal of the current study is to determine whether changes in polysomnographic (PSG) sleep patterns accompany subjective sleep complaints in patients with mild cognitive impairment (MCI). We further examine whether meaningful changes in objective sleep physiology are predicted by self-reported sleep measures in MCI patients, and whether incipient neurodegeneration… CONTINUE READING

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