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Boosting Recovery During Sleep by Means of Auditory Stimulation
Sufficient recovery during sleep is the basis of physical and psychological well-being. Understanding the physiological mechanisms underlying this restorative function is essential for developing novel approaches to promote recovery during sleep. Phase-targeted auditory stimulation (PTAS) is an increasingly popular technique for boosting the key electrophysiological marker of recovery during sleep, slow-wave activity (SWA, 1-4 Hz EEG power). However, it is unknown whether PTAS inducesdoi:10.5167/uzh-222245 fatcat:vg3zty6g6farlnkfkzbtajympm