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Various stages of sleep are described based on their different electroencephalographic (EEG) features. The first scoring manual (1968) with standardized criteria for sleep staging included f… Read More
A variety of sleeping pills are used for insomnia, including both over-the-counter (OTC) and prescription agents. Many of these sleep aids are not approved by the US Food and Drug Administra… Read More
The only way to define depression is to outline the clinical symptoms of this disorder. The hallmark symptoms of depression are sustained negative affect and difficulties experiencing positi… Read More
Sleep deprivation is a relevant health problem in modern societies. Sleep of sufficient duration, continuity, and depth without circadian disruption is necessary to prevent physiological cha… Read More
The prevalence of insomnia is skyrocketing. Population based estimates indicate that about 30% of adults complain they can’t sleep. Sleep medicine has developed strategies and tips on… Read More
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