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Title: Forehead EEG in Support of Future Feasible Personal Healthcare Solutions: Sleep Management, Headache Prevention, and Depression Treatment
Authors: CHIN-TENG LIN
CHUN-HSIANG CHUANG
ZEHONG CAO
AVINASH KUMAR SINGH
CHIH-SHENG HUNG
YI-HSIN YU
MAURO NASCIMBEN
YU-TING LIU
JUNG-TAI KING
TUNG-PING SU
SHUU-JIUN WANG
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:資訊工程學系
NTOU:Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Keywords: Depression;forehead EEG;healthcare;migraine;sleep
Date: 2017-03
Issue Date: 2018-05-14T07:05:52Z
Publisher: IEEE Access
Abstract: Abstract:
There are current limitations in the recording technologies for measuring EEG activity in clinical and experimental applications. Acquisition systems involving wet electrodes are time-consuming and uncomfortable for the user. Furthermore, dehydration of the gel affects the quality of the acquired data and reliability of long-term monitoring. As a result, dry electrodes may be used to facilitate the transition from neuroscience research or clinical practice to real-life applications. EEG signals can be easily obtained using dry electrodes on the forehead, which provides extensive information concerning various cognitive dysfunctions and disorders. This paper presents the usefulness of the forehead EEG with advanced sensing technology and signal processing algorithms to support people with healthcare needs, such as monitoring sleep, predicting headaches, and treating depression. The proposed system for evaluating sleep quality is capable of identifying five sleep stages to track nightly sleep patterns. Additionally, people with episodic migraines can be notified of an imminent migraine headache hours in advance through monitoring forehead EEG dynamics. The depression treatment screening system can predict the efficacy of rapid antidepressant agents. It is evident that frontal EEG activity is critically involved in sleep management, headache prevention, and depression treatment. The use of dry electrodes on the forehead allows for easy and rapid monitoring on an everyday basis. The advances in EEG recording and analysis ensure a promising future in support of personal healthcare solutions.
Relation: 5,pp. 10612-10621
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/46289
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