Microsleep disturbances are associated with noradrenergic dysfunction in Parkinson’s disease.

Microsleep disturbances are associated with noradrenergic dysfunction in Parkinson’s disease.
Related ArticlesMicrosleep disturbances are associated with noradrenergic dysfunction in Parkinson's disease. Sleep. 2021 Feb 20;: Authors: Doppler CEJ, Smit JAM, Hommelsen M, Seger A, Horsager J, Kinnerup MB, Hansen AK, Fedorova TD, Knudsen K, Otto M, Nahimi A, Borghammer P, Sommerauer M Abstract STUDY OBJECTIVES: Parkinson's disease (PD) commonly involves degeneration of sleep-wake regulating brainstem nuclei; likewise, sleep-wake disturbances are ... read more
Source: PubMedPublished on 2021-02-21