Epidemiology of insomnia, depression, and anxiety.

@article{Taylor2005EpidemiologyOI,
  title={Epidemiology of insomnia, depression, and anxiety.},
  author={Daniel J. Taylor and Kenneth L. Lichstein and H. Heith Durrence and Brant W Reidel and Andrew J. Bush},
  journal={Sleep},
  year={2005},
  volume={28 11},
  pages={
          1457-64
        }
}
STUDY OBJECTIVES This study used empirically validated insomnia diagnostic criteria to compare depression and anxiety in people with insomnia and people not having insomnia. We also explored which specific sleep variables were significantly related to depression and anxiety. Finally, we compared depression and anxiety in (1) different insomnia types, (2) Caucasians and African Americans, and (3) genders. All analyses controlled for health variables, demographics, organic sleep disorders, and… Expand
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