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Authors:  V. B. Dorokhov, D. S. Sakharov, A. O. Taranov, S. S. Gruzdeva, O. N. Tkachenko, G. N. Arseníev, N. V. Ligun, V. I. Torshin,, Z. V. Bakaeva, E. B. Yakunina, D. S. Sveshnikov, Yu. P. Starshinov, O. V. Mankaeva, and V. V. Dementienko
Abstract:
The human brain can detect, absorb, and respond to low-level, low-frequency electromagnetic fields (EMF) [1]. A big proportion of daytime working people can benefit from afternoon nap that regarded a potent behavioral strategy minimizing sleepiness, fatigue and impairments of cognitive and physical functioning [2]. So, it is important to determine whether napís efficacy can be increased by exposure to low-level EMF falling in the frequency range of slow waves (1Hz-4Hz) because these waves are generated by the brain during the deep sleep stage. The aim of the present study is to compare the effects of exposure to EMF (0.004 μT) of two frequencies, 2Hz and 8Hz, for testing whether such exposure can modify spectral EEG power densities in delta and theta ranges during stages 2 and 3 of NREM sleep. 


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Low Power, Low Frequency Electromagnetic Field Improves the Daytime Sleep Quality (pp. 193-194)