electrosleep

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electrosleep

 [e-lek´tro-slēp]
the use of low-intensity electricity, below the threshold for inducing convulsions, in the treatment of insomnia, anxiety, or depression.

electrosleep

(ē-lek'trō-slēp),
Sleep induced by passage of a controlled low-voltage current through the brain; can be used for therapeutic, diagnostic, or experimental purposes. Compare: electroshock therapy.
A system used to relax patients in some health spas of the former Soviet Union, which consists of connecting the client to a device that delivers low levels of electrical current to various parts of the body; it is believed by its users to remove stress and tension and induce deep and relaxing sleep

electrosleep

(ē-lĕk′trō-slēp″)
Sleep produced by the passage of mild electrical impulses through parts of the brain.