The prevalence of self-reported sleep disturbances in young adults.

@article{Coren1994ThePO,
  title={The prevalence of self-reported sleep disturbances in young adults.},
  author={Stanley Coren},
  journal={The International journal of neuroscience},
  year={1994},
  volume={79 1-2},
  pages={67-73}
}
  • Stanley Coren
  • Published 1994 in The International journal of neuroscience
The prevalence of seven common patterns of sleep disturbance (delayed sleep onset, frequent wakenings, early wakening, waking tired, disrupted sleep, day napping and nightmares) was assessed in 2,782 young adults (age 17 to 30 years). Only 36% of the sample reported that they were completely free of any sleep disturbance. The data suggest that the various sleep complaints are relatively independent, with low intercorrelations. There were significant sex differences for some problems. Women were… CONTINUE READING