In-home EEG Sleep Monitor
Sleep Profiler™ EEG Sleep Monitor provides in-home multi-night pre- and post-treatment objective assessment of sleep architecture and sleep continuity for sleep medicine. Real-time sleep monitoring and voice messages ensure patients acquire high quality recordings.
Sleep Profiler includes web-based delivery of validated auto-staged editing and report generation. Full disclosure signals acquired from the forehead provide total time and percentage sleep, REM and SWS, sleep efficiency, total and average number of cortical, sympathetic and behavioral arousals, and the frequency and intensity of snoring.
Sleep Profiler Videos
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1 - Portal Overview
2 - Patient Instructions
3 - Configuring your Computer
4 - Completing the Study
5 - Preparing for Reuse
Reference Center (Click on titles to access PDFs)
Insomnia Prevalence and Cost: 1. Prevalence of Causes of Insomnia in Primary Care 2. Comorbid Insomnia and Obstructive Sleep Apnea 3. Comorbidity between Sleep Apnea and Insomnia 4. Insomnia with Objective Short Sleep Duration and Incidence of Hypertension 5. The Economic Burden of Insomnia: Direct and Indirect Costs 6. The Associations of Insomnia with Costly Workplace Accidents and Errors Insomnia Assessment: 7. Clinical Guidelines for the Evaluation and Management of Chronic Insomnia in Adults 8. Practice Parameters for Using PSG to Evaluate Insomnia 9. Subjective and Psychological Insomnia: Examination of Sleep Tendency and Personality 10. Sleep Misperception and Chronic Insomnia 11. Short-term Stability of Sleep and Heart Rate Variability in Good Sleepers and Insomniacs Insomnia & OSA 12. Comorbidity Between Sleep Apnea and Insomnia 13. Insomnia Symptoms and CPAP Compliance in OSAS Patients 14. Insomnia Symptoms Influence CPAP Compliance 15. Sleep Maintenance Insomnia Predict Poor CPAP Sleep Assessment and Chronic Disease Management: 16. Meta-analysis of Electroencephalographic Sleep in Depression: Evidence for Genetic Biomarkers 17. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia Enhances Depression Outcomes in Patients with Comorbid Major Depressive Disorder and Insomnia 18. Sleep, Slow-Wave Sleep, and Blood Pressure 19. Insomnia and the risk of incident heart failure: a population study 20. Do Differences in Sleep Architecture Exist between Type 2 Diabetes and Nondiabetic Controls? 21. Association between Sleep Architecture and Measures of Body Composition 22. Sleep Deprivation in Critical Illness: Its Role in Physical and Psychological Recovery Validation of Shut-I Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia: 223 Development and Perceived Utility and Impact of an Internet Intervention for Insomnia 24. Efficacy of an Internet-based Behavioral Intervention for Adults with Insomnia 25. Evaluation of an Internet Intervention to Improve the Sleep of Cancer Survivors with Insomnia 26. The Insomnia Severity Index: Psychometric Indicators to detect Insomnia Cases and Evaluate Treatment Response 27. Self-Help Treatment for Insomnia: a Randomized Controlled Trial