Nonorganic insomnia in generalized anxiety disorder. 1. Controlled studies on sleep, awakening and daytime vigilance utilizing polysomnography and EEG mapping.

@article{SaletuZyhlarz1997NonorganicII,
  title={Nonorganic insomnia in generalized anxiety disorder. 1. Controlled studies on sleep, awakening and daytime vigilance utilizing polysomnography and EEG mapping.},
  author={Gerda Maria Saletu-Zyhlarz and Bernd Saletu and Peter Anderer and Nadja Brandst{\"a}tter and Richard Frey and Georg Gruber and Gerhard Kloesch and Magdalena Mandl and Josef Gr{\"u}nberger and Leopold Linzmayer},
  journal={Neuropsychobiology},
  year={1997},
  volume={36 3},
  pages={117-29}
}
Objective and subjective sleep and awakening quality as well as daytime vigilance of insomniac patients with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) were investigated, as compared with normal controls. Forty-four outpatients (25 females, 19 males), aged 24-65 (mean 43) years, diagnosed with non-organic insomnia (ICD-10: F 51.0), related to mild GAD (F 41.1), with a Hamilton anxiety (HAMA) score of 22 +/- 6 and a Zung self-rating anxiety (SAS) score of 37 +/- 6 were included. After 1 adaptation night… CONTINUE READING
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