Insomnia symptoms as a predictor of incident treatment for depression: prospective cohort study of 40,791 men and women.

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OBJECTIVE To examine the quantity and quality of insomnia symptoms as predictors of treatment for depression in the largest cohort study to date. METHODS Forty thousand seven hundred and ninety-one Finnish public sector employees (mean age 43.9 years, 81% female), free of depression at baseline, participated in this prospective observational cohort study… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.sleep.2011.06.022

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@article{Salo2012InsomniaSA, title={Insomnia symptoms as a predictor of incident treatment for depression: prospective cohort study of 40,791 men and women.}, author={Paula M. Salo and B. Sivertsen and Tuula Oksanen and Noora Maria Sj{\"{o}sten and Jaana Pentti and Marianna Virtanen and Mika Kivim{\"a}ki and Jussi Vahtera}, journal={Sleep medicine}, year={2012}, volume={13 3}, pages={278-84} }