Prevalence and pathologic associations of sleep paralysis in the general population

@article{Ohayon1999PrevalenceAP,
  title={Prevalence and pathologic associations of sleep paralysis in the general population},
  author={M. Ohayon and J. Zulley and C. Guilleminault and S. Smirne},
  journal={Neurology},
  year={1999},
  volume={52},
  pages={1194 - 1194}
}
Background: Previous epidemiologic data on sleep paralysis (SP) came from small specific samples. The true prevalence and associated factors of SP in the general population remain unknown. Method:— A representative sample of the noninstitutionalized general population of Germany and Italy age ≥15 years (n = 8,085) was surveyed by telephone using the Sleep-EVAL questionnaire and the Sleep Questionnaire of Alertness and Wakefulness. Results: Overall, 6.2% (5.7 to 6.7%) of the sample (n = 494) had… Expand
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