Impaired sleep quality and sleep duration in smokers—results from the German Multicenter Study on Nicotine Dependence

@article{Cohrs2014ImpairedSQ,
  title={Impaired sleep quality and sleep duration in smokers—results from the German Multicenter Study on Nicotine Dependence},
  author={Stefan Cohrs and Andrea Rodenbeck and Dieter Riemann and Bertram Szagun and Andreas Jaehne and J{\"u}rgen Brinkmeyer and Gerhard Gr{\"u}nder and Thomas F. Wienker and Amalia D{\'i}az-Lacava and Arian Mobascher and Norbert Dahmen and Norbert Thuerauf and Johannes Kornhuber and Falk Kiefer and J{\"u}rgen Gallinat and Michael Wagner and Dieter Kunz and Ulrike Grittner and Georg Winterer},
  journal={Addiction Biology},
  year={2014},
  volume={19}
}
Cigarette smoking is a severe health burden being related to a number of chronic diseases. Frequently, smokers report about sleep problems. Sleep disturbance, in turn, has been demonstrated to be involved in the pathophysiology of several disorders related to smoking and may be relevant for the pathophysiology of nicotine dependence. Therefore, determining the frequency of sleep disturbance in otherwise healthy smokers and its association with degree of nicotine dependence is highly relevant… Expand

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