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Meta-analysis of quantitative sleep parameters from childhood to old age in healthy individuals: developing normative sleep values across the human lifespan.
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In adults, it appeared that sleep latency, percentages of stage 1 and stage 2 significantly increased with age while percentage of REM sleep decreased, and effect sizes for the different sleep parameters were greatly modified by the quality of subject screening, diminishing or even masking age associations with differentSleep parameters.
Risk factors for sleep bruxism in the general population.
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Among the associated risk factors, patients with anxiety and sleep-disordered breathing have a higher number of risk factors for sleep bruxism, and this must raise concerns about the future of these individuals.
A cause of excessive daytime sleepiness. The upper airway resistance syndrome.
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Nasal continuous positive airway pressure, used as an experimental tool, eliminated the daytime sleepiness, the transient arousals, and the abnormal upper airway resistance in a group of subjects investigated during nocturnal sleep and daytime naps.
The Sleep Disorders Questionnaire. I: Creation and multivariate structure of SDQ.
The development of the Sleep Disorders Questionnaire (SDQ) from the Sleep Questionnaire and Assessment of Wakefulness (SQAW) of Stanford University is described in detail. The extraction of the best
Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome: A Review of 306 Consecutively Treated Surgical Patients
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It is concluded that a comprehensive presurgical evaluation allows a logical approach to reconstruction of the upper airway, and patients who complete the surgical protocol have a greater than 95% long-term success rate, which is superior to any other treatment modality.
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