The laboratory is an accredited sleep disorders center, huge part of its work consists in clinical investigation of sleep disorders (sleep breathing disorders, hypersomnia, insomnia, sleep related movement disorders, circadian rhythm sleep disorders, parasomnias and other problems that interfere with sleep). In the field of sleep research the laboratory developed several axes of interest: 1. analysis of spectral power time-courses over the ultradian cycle of the sleep and development of theoretical model of the relationship between cortical and subcortical interactions ; 2. participation in multicentric studies focused on the relationship between sleep breathing disorders and markers of inflammation and cardiovascular disease ; 3. study of psychophysiological insomnia and effectiveness of non-pharmacological therapeutic approaches ; 4. pharmacological studies of new hypnotic treatment in primary insomnia ; 5. evoked potentials in the different groups of sleep disorders ; 6. neurophysiologic explorations of daytime sleepiness
Reducing the use of screen electronic devices in the evening is associated with improved sleep and daytime vigilance in adolescents.
Distinct locomotor control and awareness in awake sleepwalkers.
Increased Reward-Related Behaviors during Sleep and Wakefulness in Sleepwalking and Idiopathic Nightmares.
Reliability of Apnea-Hypopnea Index Measured by a Home Bi-Level Pressure Support Ventilator Versus a Polysomnographic Assessment.
Département de psychiatrie