Wolfgang Prause

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INTRODUCTION Quality of life has become an important outcome criterion for psychiatric interventions. Especially in chronic disorders with no complete recovery, the improvement of quality of life is(More)
Although the restless legs syndrome (RLS) is a disorder with a relatively high prevalence rate (8% in Austria) and leads to insomnia and excessive daytime tiredness, there is a paucity of sleep(More)
Restless legs syndrome (RLS) - a common sensorimotor disorder - and periodic limb movement disorder (PLMD) are currently treated with substances of four classes: dopaminergic agents, which are(More)
Patients with chronic pain often suffer from sleep disturbances, specifically decreased deep sleep, and thus may get into a vicious circle which maintains their pain condition. Utilizing(More)