Sleep Wake Disorders clinical trials at UCSD
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The objective of this study is to collect data comparing the Zensorium Biosensing Wearable Device (zBWD) to polysomnography (PSG) in individuals with Sleep-Wake Disorders. zBWD is similar to other wearable devices (e.g., fitbit and apple watch) that use an optical light sensor and Tri-axis Accelerometer to record steps, activity, sleep/awake states, sleep staging, and statistical variation of pulse pressure to track stress. Specifically, it is designed to report sleep duration, non-rapid eye movement (NREM) and REM sleep duration. However, zBWD has not been validated against PSG for sleep tracking in healthy controls or in individuals with sleep-wake disorders.