Stroke recovery and Sleep research

Researchers at the University of East Anglia (Prof Valerie Pomeroy, Dr Alpar Lazar and Merve Kizilay) are launching a new study to see how sleep can help stroke recovery.

They will investigate whether people’s sleep patterns influence recovery of neuromuscular function – the ability to use weak muscles in the right order and at the right time during movement.

The team are looking for people who have had a stroke to take part, and they hope their findings will reveal how the brain recovers after a stroke.

For further information or to take part, contact or call 01603 591923.

Full article on UEA news page here.