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Sleep After Stroke and Treatment After Stroke

Stroke is a serious condition with long-lasting effects. One of these long-lasting effects is poorer sleep because of the stroke. Sleep is very important in both mental and physical health. This study aims to find out how stroke survivors feel their sleep is following a stroke. We also would like to know how stroke survivors feel about their treatment options. The study may help inform medical professionals about treatment options for stroke survivors.

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This is a Student Project (University of Glasgow)


This research will be ethier by telephone or by visiting the University of Glasgow

Recruitment Criterea:

Participants must:

  • Be located in Scotland
  • Be 18 years old or older
  • Have a clinical diagnosis of Stroke (either haemorrhagic or ischemic stroke)
  • Experiencing poor sleep post-stroke (affecting daily life)
  • Give informed consent to take part in the study

Participants must not:

  • Have only experienced transient ischemic attack (TIA) sometimes called a mini stroke
  • Be diagnosed with a neurodegenerative disease (e.g. dementia or Parkinson’s disease)
  • Abuse substances

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