Sleep in nondepressed patients with panic disorder: II. Polysomnographic assessment of sleep architecture and sleep continuity.

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This study assessed the EEG sleep of 16 patients with panic disorder who did not currently meet criteria for major depression in comparison to 16 age-comparable healthy controls. Patients with panic disorder had remarkably normal sleep, with only a modest reduction in total sleep time (374 +/- 46 min vs. 399 +/- 36 min) and delta sleep (11.4 +/- 6.2% vs. 16… (More)

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@article{Stein1993SleepIN, title={Sleep in nondepressed patients with panic disorder: II. Polysomnographic assessment of sleep architecture and sleep continuity.}, author={Mickey Stein and Marina Enns and Mille Kryger}, journal={Journal of affective disorders}, year={1993}, volume={28 1}, pages={1-6} }