‘Sleep Inertia’ from Short Naps Linked to Reduced Connectivity Between Brain Networks0

A new study investigates the neurophysiological correlates of sleep inertia, reports PsyPost.

This decrease in cognitive performance during sleep inertia was correlated with increased delta brainwave activity. In addition, Vallat and his colleagues found that the functional connectivity between brain networks was strongly disrupted shortly after awakening from the nap.

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