Sleep habits and sleep complaints in Austria: current self-reported data on sleep behaviour, sleep disturbances and their treatment.

@article{Zeitlhofer2010SleepHA,
  title={Sleep habits and sleep complaints in Austria: current self-reported data on sleep behaviour, sleep disturbances and their treatment.},
  author={Josef Zeitlhofer and Stefan Seidel and Gerhard Kloesch and Dominik Moser and Peter Anderer and Bernd Saletu and Josef Bolitschek and Rajko Popovi{\'c} and Michael Lehofer and W Mallin and Boris Fugger and Brigitte Holzinger and Reinhold Kerbl and Alexander Saletu and Ivo H. Machatschke and Robert W Pavelka and Birgit H{\"o}gl},
  journal={Acta neurologica Scandinavica},
  year={2010},
  volume={122 6},
  pages={398-403}
}
OBJECTIVES To acquire current information on sleep habits, disturbances and treatment options in the adult population of Austria and compare results with previously collected data. MATERIALS AND METHODS A representative sample of the Austrian population (women: n = 522, men: n = 478). RESULTS Seventy-five percent reported daily sleep-duration between 6 and 8 h. In 76%, sleep latency was <30 min, 15% described difficulties in sleep maintenance. Longer sleep on weekends was prevalent in 54… CONTINUE READING