EEG/EOG/EMG data from a cross sectional study on psychophysiological insomnia and normal sleep subjects

Published: 25 September 2017| Version 4 | DOI: 10.17632/3hx58k232n.4
Contributors:
Mohammad Rezaei,
Hiwa Mohammadi,
Habibolah Khazaie

Description

The data presented here were originally collected for a research project entitled “Sleep EEG spectral analysis in psycho-physiological insomnia and normal sleep subjects ”. This article describes data of 60 subjects referred to Sleep Disorders Research Center (SDRC). The study was conducted in psycho-physiological insomnia and normal subjects. The data includes 8 EEG, 6 EOG and 3 EMG channels by 256 Hz sampling rate. Also, it includes power spectral features of each band (δ, θ, α, β) in segment of 30 s for each channel and nonlinear analysis parameters. Moreover, the complete demographic and polysomnography specifications is attached.

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All subjects underwent a one-night polysomnography (PSG) (SOMNOscreen™ plus) for 8 hours (23 pm to 7 am) according to standard protocol in SDRC of KUMS, Iran. Polysomnography room has been cleaned from artifacts like addition sound and light based on international standard

Institutions

Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences

Categories

Psychophysiological Insomnia, Physiology of Sleep

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