The diagnosis of sleep disorders and disturbances is based on clinical questionnaires, interviews, physical examinations and laboratory sleep research. Many guides and manuals are available today, to be used by doctors as a helping hand with recognizing various symptoms and pinpointing them to a certain sleep disorder.
In this article, we will explain the process of a sleep study, as well as list some good reasons for getting examined early on, and what you can do to make the doctors’ jobs easier
Electroencephalography (EEG) was invented in 1924 by Hans Berger, and it represents a technique that measures the activity of the brain. It does so with electrodes that detect electrical impulses, and based on that, neurologists have learned a lot about how our nervous system works.