Bio-Neuroscientific Approaches of life in space and extreme environments (Part B)

Saturday, October 8, 2016 - 11:30
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Msc Polyxeni Gkivogkli presented sleep macro-architecture features obtained from polysomnographic recordings obtained during  a 60 days 6o head down tilt bed-rest study which employed Reactive Sledge Jumping  (RSL) as a countermeasure to prevent the negative symptoms due to loss of gravity. Results may support the hypothesis that Reactive Jumping with a sledge may be a robust countermeasure in terms of sleep quality.