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Shift work sleep disorder: prevalence and consequences beyond that of symptomatic day workers.
STUDY OBJECTIVES Although there are considerable data demonstrating the impact of shift work on sleep and alertness, little research has examined the prevalence and consequences of shift work sleepExpand
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Insomnia and the performance of US workers: results from the America insomnia survey.
STUDY OBJECTIVES To estimate the prevalence and associations of broadly defined (i.e., meeting full ICD-10, DSM-IV, or RDC/ICSD-2 inclusion criteria) insomnia with work performance net of comorbidExpand
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The Critical Role of Sleep Spindles in Hippocampal-Dependent Memory: A Pharmacology Study
An important function of sleep is the consolidation of memories, and features of sleep, such as rapid eye movement (REM) or sleep spindles, have been shown to correlate with improvements in discreteExpand
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Sleep: a health imperative.
Chronic sleep deficiency, defined as a state of inadequate or mistimed sleep, is a growing and underappreciated determinant of health status. Sleep deprivation contributes to a number of molecular,Expand
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The direct economic costs of insomnia in the United States for 1995.
STUDY OBJECTIVES To assess the direct economic costs of insomnia in the United States in 1995. METHODS The costs of prescription medications were based on 1995 data compiled by IMS America, Ltd.Expand
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Sustained efficacy of eszopiclone over 6 months of nightly treatment: results of a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study in adults with chronic insomnia.
STUDY OBJECTIVES To determine the long-term efficacy of eszopiclone in patients with chronic insomnia. DESIGN Randomized, double-blind, multicenter, placebo-controlled. SETTING Out-patient, withExpand
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The direct and indirect costs of untreated insomnia in adults in the United States.
OBJECTIVES To estimate the direct and indirect cost burden of untreated insomnia among younger adults (age 18-64), and to estimate the direct costs of untreated insomnia for elderly patients (age 65Expand
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Cognitive function following acute sleep restriction in children ages 10-14.
STUDY OBJECTIVES Various aspects of human performance were assessed in children after sleep loss. PARTICIPANTS Sixteen children (7 males, 9 females) between the ages of 10 and 14 years. DESIGNExpand
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Modafinil for excessive sleepiness associated with shift-work sleep disorder.
BACKGROUND Patients with shift-work sleep disorder chronically have excessive sleepiness during night work and insomnia when attempting to sleep during the day. We evaluated the use of modafinil forExpand
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