Studies of sleep in fibromyalgia; techniques, clinical significance, and future directions.

@article{Smythe1995StudiesOS,
  title={Studies of sleep in fibromyalgia; techniques, clinical significance, and future directions.},
  author={Hugh A. Smythe},
  journal={British journal of rheumatology},
  year={1995},
  volume={34 10},
  pages={897-9}
}
DREWES et al. [1] report on the evolution of new techniques for acquiring and analysing electroencephalography (EEG) data gathered during sleep. Their findings are important, but not new; they find high-frequency (alpha) intrusion into the deeper layers of non-dreaming sleep, with decreased slow-wave (delta) energy. The greater advance is technical [2]. By… CONTINUE READING