Poor sleep quality is observed in mild cognitive impairment and is largely unrelated to depression and anxiety.

@article{Yu2017PoorSQ,
  title={Poor sleep quality is observed in mild cognitive impairment and is largely unrelated to depression and anxiety.},
  author={Junhong Yu and Rathi Mahendran and Iris Rawtaer and E E Heok Kua and Lei Feng},
  journal={Aging & mental health},
  year={2017},
  volume={21 8},
  pages={823-828}
}
BACKGROUND Individuals with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) commonly experience a number of sleep quality related issues. However, it remains unclear if these issues are specific to MCI or are simply attributed to the elevated levels depression and anxiety symptoms frequently observed among those with MCI. The present study sought to examine group differences between participants with MCI and matched controls on self-reported measures of sleep quality while controlling for depression and… CONTINUE READING
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