Therapeutic Potential of Sleep in Enhancing Post-Stroke Motor Recovery

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Stroke is one of the most common causes of long-term disability in the elderly but also in younger subpopulations with predisposing factors. Recovery of function after stroke is often a lifelong endeavor. Poor nighttime sleep quality and daytime somnolence are commonly reported by stroke patients in the rehabilitation setting and may influence responses to rehabilitative interventions after stroke.

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