Longitudinal course of insomnia: age-related differences in subjective sleepiness and vigilance performance in a population-based sample.

@article{Kim2013LongitudinalCO,
  title={Longitudinal course of insomnia: age-related differences in subjective sleepiness and vigilance performance in a population-based sample.},
  author={Hyun Kim and Sooyeon Suh and Eo Rin Cho and Hae-Chung Yang and Chang-Ho Yun and Robert Joseph Thomas and Seung Ku Lee and Chol Shin},
  journal={Journal of psychosomatic research},
  year={2013},
  volume={75 6},
  pages={
          532-8
        }
}
OBJECTIVE The present study utilized a population-based sample investigating the following aims: (1) compare the longitudinal course of insomnia in middle-aged and older adults and (2) examine age-related differences on subjective complaint and objective performance in middle-aged and older adults based on the course of insomnia. METHODS 1657 middle-aged adults (48.16% male, mean age=55.35±4.03years) and 405 older adults (48.40% male, mean age=70.13±3.88years) from the Korean Genome and… CONTINUE READING

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