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Objectives Previous studies showed that nightmares are prevalent and are associated with negative health outcomes. However, no empirical data is available demonstrating the extent to which nightmare disorder persists over time. Current literature provides a limited understanding of the...
Background Insufficient sleep duration is associated with poor health-related quality of life (HRQoL). However, this relationship has not been studied in family caregivers, a group at high risk of insufficient sleep duration and poor HRQoL. Objective To examine the associations between habitual...
Objectives Insomnia symptoms are common among medical students. This study explored the perspectives of medical students about which sleep management strategies to use. Methods Medical students responded to an online survey on their thoughts about the use of various sleep management strategies....
Objectives Sleep disruption is prevalent among children placed in foster care, elevating risk for a range of deleterious outcomes. Theoretically, achieving permanency via adoption may have a positive influence on children’s sleep via the presence of various factors, but little is known about the...
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