Data from: Cognitive function and mood at high altitude following acclimatization and use of supplemental oxygen and adaptive servoventilation sleep treatments

Erica C. Heinrich, Matea A. Djokic, Dillon Gilbertson, Pamela N. DeYoung, Naa-Oye Bosompra, Lu Wu, Cecilia Y. Anza-Ramirez, Jeremy E. Orr, Frank L. Powell, Atul Malhotra & Tatum S. Simonson
Impairments in cognitive function, mood, and sleep quality occur following ascent to high altitude. Low oxygen (hypoxia) and poor sleep quality are both linked to impaired cognitive performance but their independent contributions at high altitude remain unknown. Adaptive servoventilation (ASV) improves sleep quality by stabilizing breathing and preventing central apneas without supplemental oxygen. We compared the efficacy of ASV and supplemental oxygen sleep treatments for improving daytime cognitive function and mood in high-altitude visitors (N...
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