Improving Sleep Quality May Help Restore Brain Function For Patients With Moderate To Severe TBIs, Study Suggests

NPR (12/21, Hamilton) reports that a study published in Neurology suggests that “sleep quality and brain function improved in tandem” for patients “hospitalized for moderate to severe traumatic brain injuries.” According to NPR, “the results raise the possibility that patients with brain injuries might recover more quickly if hospitals took steps to restore normal sleep patterns.”

Related Links:

— “As Sleep Improves, So Does An Injured Brain,”Jon Hamilton, NPR, December 21, 2016.

Posted in In The News.