Alcohol affects overall sleep architecture, Yohei Sagawa, in the in the Department of Neuropsychiatry at the Akita University School of Medicine. Normally, during physiologic nocturnal sleep in humans, the parasympathetic nervous system, responsible for rest-and – digest ‘ activities, the sympathetic nervous system the sympathetic nervous system, responsible for stimulating activities. Study We wanted how alcohol can change this complementary relationship .
Our study showed that the the high-frequency power during sleep in a dose – dependent manner, Sagawa Although the first half of sleep after alcohol intake looks good on the EEG, shows the result the evaluation in terms the the autonomic nervous system that drinking leads to insomnia rather than good sleep. . Continue reading