Insomnia and its correlates in a representative sample of the Greek population
- Emotional Modulation of Pain and Spinal Nociception in Persons with Severe Insomnia Symptoms. DelVentura, Jennifer; Terry, Ellen; Bartley, Emily; Rhudy, Jamie // Annals of Behavioral Medicine;Jun2014, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p303
Background: Impaired sleep enhances pain, perhaps by disrupting pain modulation. Purpose: Given that emotion modulates pain, the present study examined whether emotional modulation of pain and nociception is impaired in persons with severe insomnia symptoms relative to controls. Methods:...
- Effects of cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia on the mental health of university students: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Freeman, Daniel; Sheaves, Bryony; Goodwin, Guy M.; Ly-Mee Yu; Harrison, Paul J.; Emsley, Richard; Bostock, Sophie; Foster, Russell G.; Wadekar, Vanashree; Hinds, Christopher; Espie, Colin A. // Trials;2015, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p1
Background: Insomnia, defined as repeated difficulties getting or staying asleep, is common in the general population. Such sleep difficulties are a problem in their own right, but increasingly it is being recognised that they may also be a contributory factor in the development of a wide range...
- Socio-economic differences in self-reported insomnia and stress in Finland from 1979 to 2002: a population-based repeated cross-sectional survey. Talala, Kirsi M.; Martelin, Tuija P.; Haukkala, Ari H.; Härkänen, Tommi T.; Prättälä, Ritva S. // BMC Public Health;2012, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p650
Background: Over the decades, global public health efforts have sought to reduce socio-economic health differences, including differences in mental health. Only a few studies have examined changes in socio-economic differences in psychological symptoms over time. The aim of this study was to...
- Insomnia in women: an overlooked epidemic? Soares, Claudio N. // Archives of Women's Mental Health;Nov2005, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p205
Insomnia is a common and significant healthcare problem, and affects a large percentage of women seen by general practitioners, obstetrician-gynecologists and mental health professionals. Specific risk factors for insomnia may be gender-related, including higher prevalence rates of depression...
- CBT for insomnia. // CPJ: Counselling & Psychotherapy Journal;Apr2004, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p9
Insomnia patients of all ages may benefit from a CBT package, according to a research in Sheffield. Long-term hypnotic drug users with chronic sleep difficulties took part in a controlled trial, with follow-ups at three, six and 12 months. The intervention consisted of six 50-minute sessions,...
- If you suffer from insomnia, read this (Seriously!). Ostransky, David // Fort Worth Business Press;8/15/2003, Vol. 16 Issue 31, p34
Focuses on the cause and prevalence of insomnia in the U.S. as of August 2003. Assessment of the societal impact of insomnia; Costs of the sleep disorder; Consequences of suffering from insomnia; Difficulty of determining the cause of insomnia.
- Zzzzzzzz. Holt, Jim // New Republic;10/7/91, Vol. 205 Issue 15, p25
Offers a look at the epidemic of insomnia in the United States. Causes of insomnia; Increase in the number of sleep clinics; Consequences of sleep deprivation; Classic remedies for sleeplessness; Health problems of chronic insomniacs.
- Does Effective Management of Sleep Disorders Improve Pain Symptoms? Roehrs, Timothy A. // Drugs;2009 Supplement, Vol. 69, p5
Co-morbid insomnia is a much more frequent problem than primary insomnia. In co-morbid insomnia, management of the underlying disease can improve sleep difficulty. Conversely, treating the sleep disorder may also improve the co-morbid condition. For example, patients with painful chronic...
- Eyes Wide Open. Stabiner, Karen // O, The Oprah Magazine;Jul2004, Vol. 5 Issue 7, p146
Suggest tips on managing insomnia. Types of insomnia; Example of several insomnia cases; Strategies and approach used in treating insomnia. INSET: Snooze Control.