By Michael J. Sateia, Daniel Buysse

ISBN-10: 1420080792

ISBN-13: 9781420080797

The 1st resource on insomnia remedy because the development of more moderen drug thoughts and cognitive behavioral treatments, Insomnia: analysis and therapy provides a accomplished reference at the problems, evaluate, and therapy of insomnia. excellent for sleep drugs experts, psychiatrists, and neurologists, this article makes use of a multi-disciplinary method of speak about the fundamental details on evaluate and remedy, whereas additionally protecting the technology of insomnia, together with the definitions, origins, and problems of the .

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The eight domains of the SF-36 were found to be significantly decreased as the number of insomnia traits increased. The authors concluded that insomnia is common among older adults and is associated with a decreased QOL. Idzikowski (58) discussed the concept of QOL applied to sleep and introduced the fact that short sleep is not necessarily deleterious but that abnormally shortened or fragmented sleep can reduce an individual’s QOL. Smith and Shneerson (61) used the SF-36 in a sample of SOCIOECONOMIC IMPACT OF INSOMNIA 27 223 subjects explored for snoring or daytime somnolence.

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