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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 sleep… Expand
Vulnerability to stress-related sleep disturbance and hyperarousal.
STUDY OBJECTIVES To determine the presence of a hypothesized trait vulnerability to sleep disturbance and hyperarousal. DESIGN Polysomnographic assessment of sleep in response to stress during a… Expand
EEG arousals: scoring rules and examples: a preliminary report from the Sleep Disorders Atlas Task Force of the American Sleep Disorders Association.
Sleep in lifetime posttraumatic stress disorder: a community-based polysomnographic study.
- N. Breslau, T. Roth, E. Burduvali, A. Kapke, L. Schultz, T. Roehrs
- Psychology, Medicine
- Archives of general psychiatry
- 1 May 2004
BACKGROUND Sleep complaints are common in posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and are included in the DSM criteria. Polysomnographic studies conducted on small samples of subjects with specific… Expand
Sleep loss and REM sleep loss are hyperalgesic.
STUDY OBJECTIVES Disturbed sleep is observed in association with acute and chronic pain, and some data suggest that disturbed and shortened sleep enhances pain. We report the first data showing, in… Expand
Sleep, Sleepiness, and Alcohol Use
The study of alcohol’s effects on sleep dates back to the late 1930s. Since then, an extensive literature has described alcohol’s effects on the sleep of healthy, nonalcoholic people. For example,… Expand
Insomnia: epidemiology, characteristics, and consequences.
Insomnia is a symptom of difficulty initiating and maintaining sleep or experiencing nonrefreshing sleep and is associated with daytime consequences. Although insomnia is typically secondary to a… Expand
Caffeine: sleep and daytime sleepiness.
Caffeine is one of the most widely consumed psychoactive substances and it has profound effects on sleep and wake function. Laboratory studies have documented its sleep-disruptive effects. It clearly… Expand
The Acute Hangover Scale: A new measure of immediate hangover symptoms.
- D. Rohsenow, J. Howland, S. Minsky, Jacey A. Greece, Alissa B Almeida, T. Roehrs
- Addictive behaviors
- 1 June 2007
PURPOSE No psychometrically established measure of acute hangover symptoms is published and available to use in experimental investigations. The present investigation combined data across three… Expand
Effects of rapid versus slow accumulation of eight hours of sleep loss.
- C. Drake, T. Roehrs, E. Burduvali, A. Bonahoom, M. Rosekind, T. Roth
- Psychology, Medicine
- 1 November 2001
The present study assessed alertness, memory, and performance following three schedules of approximately 8 hr of sleep loss (slow, intermediate, and rapid accumulation) in comparison to an 8-hr time… Expand