Subtyping primary insomnia: is sleep state misperception a distinct clinical entity?

@article{Edinger2003SubtypingPI,
  title={Subtyping primary insomnia: is sleep state misperception a distinct clinical entity?},
  author={Jack D. Edinger and A. D. Krystal},
  journal={Sleep medicine reviews},
  year={2003},
  volume={7 3},
  pages={203-14}
}
Among the range of primary insomnia subtypes, those assigned such labels as subjective insomnia or sleep state misperception historically have been among the most intriguing yet challenging to understand and manage clinically. Such patients who produce seemingly normal polysomnograms often present rather compelling and, at times, dramatic sleep complaints. Our earliest formal sleep nosology included a separate diagnostic category for such individuals, but little research has been devoted to… CONTINUE READING
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