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Data: High Rebound Mattress Toppers Facilitate Core Body Temperature Drop and Enhance Deep Sleep in the Initial Phase of Nocturnal Sleep

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posted on 19.05.2018, 23:24 by Shintaro Chiba, Tomoko Yagi, Motohiro Ozone, Mari Matsumura, Hirofumi Sekiguchi, Masashi Ganeko, Sunao Uchida, Seiji Nishino

Fig 1A Data : Changes in core body temperature during sleep with HR and LR in young adult males (study I).


Fig 1B Data: EEG delta power changes across the night (study I)


Fig 2A Data: Changes in core body temperature during sleep with HR and LR in old adult males (study II).


Fig 2B Data: EEG delta power changes across the night (study II)


Fig 3 Data : Muscle activity needed to generate a rolling over motion on HR and LR mattress (Roll over evaluations)


S2A Fig Data: Changes in core body temperature during sleep in young (study I) and old (study II) subjects.


S2 B Fig Data: EEG delta power changes across the night in young (study I) and old (Study II) subjects


Table 1 Data: Comparisons of sleep and sleep-related parameters between HR and LR mattress topper use (study I)


Table 1 PVT Data


Table 2 stage 3 and 4 Data: Amounts of slow wave sleep and sympathetic nerve activity (LF/HF values) in each 2-hour period (study I)


Table 2 LF/HF Data


Table 3 Data: Comparisons of sleep and sleep-related parameters between HR and LR mattress topper use (study II)


PVT data for Table 3


S1 Table stage 3 and 4 Data: Amounts of slow wave sleep and sympathetic nerve activity (LF/HF values) in each 2-hour period slept with HR and LR in old subjects (study II):


S1 Table LH/HF data Data


S2 Table Data: Comparisons of sleep and sleep-related parameters between young (study I) and old (study II) subjects:


S2 Table PVT Table


S3 Table stage 3&4 Data: Amounts of slow wave sleep and sympathetic nerve activity (LF/HF values) in each 2-hour period slept in young (study I) and old (study II) subjects


S3 Table LH/HF values Data


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