Sleep-wake misperception in sleep apnea patients undergoing diagnostic versus titration polysomnography.

@article{Castillo2014SleepwakeMI,
  title={Sleep-wake misperception in sleep apnea patients undergoing diagnostic versus titration polysomnography.},
  author={Jelina Castillo and Balaji Goparaju and Matt T. Bianchi},
  journal={Journal of psychosomatic research},
  year={2014},
  volume={76 5},
  pages={361-7}
}
OBJECTIVE Insomnia is commonly co-morbid with obstructive sleep apnea. Among patients reporting insomnia symptoms, sleep misperception occurs when self-reported sleep duration under-estimates objective measures. Misperception represents a clinical challenge since insomnia management is based entirely on patient self-report. We tested the hypothesis that misperception occurring in sleep apnea patients would improve with subsequent treatment. METHODS We compared subjective sleep-wake reports… CONTINUE READING