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Measuring Real-World Sleep with Actigraphy: Three Clinical Trial Use Cases


Disturbed or impaired sleep is a growing area of research focus, both as a primary disorder and in cases where disturbed sleep is a symptom of another disease. Actigraphy monitoring with wearables provides a low-burden and remote approach to objectively quantify participants’ sleep behavior in their natural environment, often revealing meaningful insights that might not be available with polysomnography or self-report data. In this white paper, we present three use cases for collecting actigraphy-derived sleep measures during an interventional clinical trial.


What You'll Learn

  • Use Case 1: Measuring Sleep in Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Use Case 2: Detecting Impaired Sleep in Neurodegenerative Diseases
  • Use Case 3: Assessing Treatment Efficacy in Chronic Insomnia

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