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Abstract This paper integrates recent advances in the behavioral and pharmacological treatment of insomnia. Empirical findings related to the hypnotic effects of drug treatments on sleep/wake parameters are reviewed and a special emphasis is placed on benzodiazepine and antidepressant...
Insomnia, or the group of disorders of initiation and maintenance of sleep (DIMS), represent the most common sleep disorder in the USA. Although pharmacological approaches continue to be a very important aspect of the treatment of these disorders, non-pharmacological therapy should occupy an...
This review considers how obesity alters the respiratory and cardiac systems to produce the sleep apnea syndrome and related abnormalities of respiration during sleep. Sleep apnea and obesity are described individually, then the relationship between the two is considered. In addition, a distinct...
Enuresis is a common and often misunderstood condition that affects millions of children in the United States. For most children with primary enuresis, preventing secondary psychological sequelae associated with guilt and shame is an important consideration in deciding whether or not to treat....
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