Impaired sleep during the post‐alcohol withdrawal period in alcoholic patients

@article{Watanabe2001ImpairedSD,
  title={Impaired sleep during the post‐alcohol withdrawal period in alcoholic patients},
  author={Kei-ichiro Watanabe and Aki Ogihara-Hashizume and Y. Kobayashi and H. Mitsushio and T. Komiyama},
  journal={Addiction Biology},
  year={2001},
  volume={6}
}
Twenty‐seven patients who suffered from alcohol dependence syndrome and who were admitted to the Department of Psychiatry at NCNP were investigated for impaired sleep. The incidence of “insomnia night”, when a patient has trouble getting sufficient sleep even after taking additional drugs for insomnia, was used as the index for impaired sleep. “Insomnia night” was observed among 51.9% (14 of 27) of the patients during administration; 18.5% (nine of 27) experienced “insomnia night” only during… Expand
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