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Smartphone Screen Time Among University Students in Lebanon and Its Association With Insomnia, Bedtime Procrastination, and Body Mass Index During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Cross-Sectional Study

Hammoudi SF, Mreydem HW, Ali BTA, Saleh NO, Chung S, Hallit S, Salameh P

Objective We aimed to investigate the association of increased smartphone screen time with insomnia, bedtime procrastination, depression, anxiety, body mass index (BMI), and physical activity during the coronavirus disease of...
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Associations between Sleep and Work-Related Cognitive and Emotional Functioning in Police Employees

Sørengaard TA, Olsen A, Langvik E, Saksvik-Lehouillier I

Aim We aimed to examine the cross-sectional and longitudinal associations between sleep and work-related impaired cognitive and emotional functioning in police employees. Methods This study included 410 participants (52% men) employed in a...
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Insomnia, Anxiety, and Depression in Patients First Diagnosed With Female Cancer

Ho D, Kim SY, Kim SI, Kim SY, Lim WJ

Objective This study evaluated whether insomnia, anxiety, and depression differ by type of gynecological or breast cancer. Methods From September 7, 2011, to July 14, 2015, this study included 232 patients...
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Depression, Rather Than Cancer-Related Fatigue or Insomnia, Decreased the Quality of Life of Cancer Patients

Yeo S, Lee J, Kim K, Kim HJ, Chung S

Purpose Cancer-related fatigue is a common and distressing symptom that occurs during cancer treatment. This study aimed to find factors that are related to cancer-related fatigue, and its effect on...
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Brain Metabolite Changes in Insomnia and Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Hong H, Lee H, Yoon S, Kim J

Sleep is essential to brain function and mental health. Insomnia and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) are the two most common sleep disorders, and are major public health concerns. Proton magnetic...
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Mindfulness-Based Therapy for Insomnia

Lee HY

Sleep disturbance is a common health complaint affecting an estimated 10-25% of the general population. Pharmacotherapy is a traditional treatment and cognitive behavioral therapy is well demonstrated as an efficacious...
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Clinical Application of Digital Therapeutics for Insomnia

Cho CH

Insomnia is one of the most common sleep disorders experienced by modern people, and treatment is often not adequate due to various limitations. Digital therapeutics for insomnia are expected to...
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Neuromodulation for Insomnia Management

Yoon HK

Hyperarousal or increased brain excitability is thought to play a key role in the pathophysiology of insomnia. Neuromodulation techniques are emergent complementary therapies for insomnia and can improve sleep by...
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Zolpidem-Induced Complex Sleep-Related Behavior

Lee J, Chang SM

  • KMID: 2517217
  • J Korean Soc Biol Ther Psychiatry.
  • 2021 Jun;27(2):89-96.
Zolpidem is a non-benzodiazepine hypnotic agent as an agonist of the GABA A benzodiazepine receptor. Zolpidem is considered to have lower abuse and dependence potential than benzodiazepines, and is widely...
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Using Prazosin to Treat Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Associations: A Systematic Review

Paiva HS, Filho IJZ, Cais CFdS

Objective A central adrenergic hyperactivation is described in the neurobiology of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) with probable variable symptomatic impact. Few studies have evaluated using the alpha-1 adrenergic antagonist prazosin...
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Evaluation of sleep quality and stress response in patients requiring dental prosthetic treatment

Jeon HM, Jung KH, Choi NR, Song JM, Lee SH, Kim SY

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to investigate the stress response and sleep state of the new patients who visit the hospital for prosthodontic treatment due to tooth loss...
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Association between stress and dietary habits, emotional eating behavior and insomnia of middle-aged men and women in Seoul and Gyeonggi

Choi O, Kim J, Lee Y, Lee Y, Song K

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: The study was performed to investigate the degree of perceived stress by sex in middle-aged people, and to provide basic data for appropriate nutrition education and interventional measures for...
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The Mediating Effect of Insomnia on the Relationship between Panic Symptoms and Depression in Patients with Panic Disorder

Hong S, Kim S, Park DH, Ryu SH, Ha JH, Jeon HJ

Background: This study aimed to determine if sleep disturbances may mediate the relationship between panic symptoms and depression in patients with panic disorder (PD). Methods: Electronic medical records were retrospectively reviewed...
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Behavioral insomnia in infants and young children

Kang EK, Kim SS

In infants and young children, bedtime problems and night waking are common and the main presentations of insomnia. Poor sleep may critically impact the daytime functioning and mood of the...
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Influence of Adult Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Insomnia on Risk of Minor Injury: Prospective Observation Study

Han J, Nam G, Han S, Park H, Park S

Objectives This study examined the influence of adult attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and insomnia on the risk of unintentional minor musculoskeletal injuries (UMMI). Methods A prospective observational study was carried out in...
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Designing a Mobile Intervention Platform to Help Alleviate Insomnia Symptoms in College Students

Park S, Lee SW, Ahn D, Cha M

  • KMID: 2513155
  • J Korean Soc Biol Ther Psychiatry.
  • 2021 Feb;27(1):50-58.
Objectives:An increasing number of people are affected by sleep problems every year. The current study presents findings from experiments that utilize a mobile application-based cognitive-behavioral treatment for insomnia (CBT-I). Methods:Our application...
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The Impact of Tinnitus on Fibromyalgia

Chung CH, Jang G, Lee CH

Objective. Fibromyalgia (FM) is a disorder characterized by chronic diffuse pain and enhanced pain response to stimuli and is caused by central sensitization. Tinnitus also is related to central sensitization....
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Relationship Between Shift Intensity and Insomnia Among Hospital Nurses in Korea: A Cross-sectional Study

Chung Y, Kim H, Koh DH, Park JH, Yoon S

Objectives: This study explored the relationship between shift intensity and insomnia among hospital nurses. Methods: The participants were 386 female hospital nurses who underwent a special health examination for night workers...
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Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Brain Reactivity to Insomnia-Related vs. General Anxiety-Inducing Stimuli in Insomnia Patients with Subjective-Objective Discrepancy of Sleep

Kim N, Lee JJ, Cho SE, Kang SG

Objectives: Subjective-objective discrepancy of sleep (SODS) is a common symptom and one of the major phenotypes of insomnia. A distorted perception of sleep deficit might be related to abnormal brain...
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The Relationship between Insomnia and Somatization According to Types of Work of Firefighters

Yoon H, Ju G, Lee SI, Shin CJ, Son JW, Kim S, Park H, Lee JH

Objectives:Firefighters are always under stress due to their job environment, and they are likely to become psychologically vulnerable due to continuous exposure to traumatic events, which is a stressful situation...
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