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Neuroscience and Mental Health: Clinical Application to Sleep Disorders
Due to a technical difficulty, this talk is being rescheduled to June 2nd, at 9am ET.

There appears to be a well-established trilateral link between brain and cognitive fitness, mental health, and sleep efficiency.
Over the past three decades, neuroscience research has broadly informed us about the detrimental effects of sleep insufficiency on the brain by means of accumulating oxidative and nitrergic stress which in turn result in neuroinflammatory processes. It has also been postulated that many mental health issues including affective dysregulation, behavioral disorganization, schizophrenia, addictive behavior, anxiety disorders, and neurocognitive predicaments at least partly rooting in neuroinflammatory processes.
While chronic sleep insufficiency and the range of sleep related disorders are quite prevalent across lifespan, their clinical significance have not been adequately attended to in mental healthcare practice.
This event will highlight different dimensions of the most prevalent sleep disorders from preventive-, predictive-, personalized-, and participatory- medicine standpoints. We will be discussing two clinical models to elaborate on the above!

Jun 2, 2022 09:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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