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Stress, Sleep and Cardiovascular Risk

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Stress, Sleep and Cardiovascular Risk

We are evaluating a model where trauma exposure and threatening environments elicit nocturnal vigilance and sleep-related fears that compromise the healthy reduction of autonomic arousal during sleep which in turn stimulates secretion of atherogenic humoral factors, arterial stiffening, and cardiovascular disease risk. We will examine the roles of pre-sleep cognition using a questionnaire and real time assessment, and modifiable strategies for coping with sleep disruptive cognitions. We will then evaluate the impact of providing personalized feedback and recommendations based on study observations on how participants cope with potentially sleep disruptive cognitions and sleep efficiency in a randomized trial.

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Behavioral - Personalized sleep intervention

Personalized feedback and recommendations based on study observations of sleep behavior and how participants cope with potentially sleep disruptive cognitions on their frequency and impact and on sleep efficiency. A written report is provided to participants and their initial modifications are monitored.

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Stress, Sleep and Cardiovascular Risk

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NCT03487991

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