The GABAA agonist gaboxadol improves the quality of post-nap sleep

@article{Mathias2001TheGA,
  title={The GABAA agonist gaboxadol improves the quality of post-nap sleep},
  author={Stefan Mathias and Axel Steiger and Marike Lancel},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={2001},
  volume={157},
  pages={299-304}
}
Rationale: Previous studies demonstrated that gaboxadol, a selective GABAA agonist, increases both non-REM sleep and EEG delta activity within non-REM sleep in rats and slow wave sleep (SWS) as well as low-frequency activity in the EEG within non-REM sleep in healthy humans under normal conditions. Objective: Because the hypnotic actions of drugs may be more readily demonstrated under conditions of poor sleep quality, we investigated the influence of gaboxadol on postnap sleep. Methods: In a… CONTINUE READING
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