Nightmares affect the experience of sleep quality but not sleep architecture: an ambulatory polysomnographic study

@inproceedings{Paul2015NightmaresAT,
  title={Nightmares affect the experience of sleep quality but not sleep architecture: an ambulatory polysomnographic study},
  author={Franc Paul and Michael Schredl and Georg W. Alpers},
  booktitle={Borderline personality disorder and emotion dysregulation},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND Nightmares and bad dreams are common in people with emotional disturbances. For example, nightmares are a core symptom in posttraumatic stress disorder and about 50% of borderline personality disorder patients suffer from frequent nightmares. Independent of mental disorders, nightmares are often associated with sleep problems such as prolonged sleep latencies, poorer sleep quality, and daytime sleepiness. It has not been well documented whether this is reflected in objectively… CONTINUE READING
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