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  1. [해외논문]   Induction of sleep.  

    Lemoine, P , Allain, H
    Sleep : Journal of sleep and sleep disorders research v.19 no.3 suppl. ,pp. 1 - 6 , 1996 , 0161-8105 ,

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  2. [해외논문]   Epidemiological study on insomnia in the general population.  

    Ohayon, M
    Sleep : Journal of sleep and sleep disorders research v.19 no.3 suppl. ,pp. 7 - 15 , 1996 , 0161-8105 ,

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    This study was conducted with a representative sample of the French population of 5,622 subjects of 15 years old or more. The telephone interviews were performed with EVAL, an expert system specialized for the evaluation of sleep disorders. From this sample, 20.1% of persons said that they were unsatisfied with their sleep or taking medication for sleeping difficulties or anxiety with sleeping difficulties (UQS). A low family income, being a woman, being over 65 years of age, being retired and being separated, divorced or widowed are significantly associated with the presence of UQS. A sleep onset period over 15 minutes, a short night's sleep and regular nighttime awakenings are also associated with UQS. Medical consultations during the past 6 months and physical illnesses are more frequent among the UQS group. The consumption of sleep-enhancing medication and medication to reduce anxiety is important: in the past, 16% of subjects had taken a sleep-enhancing medication and 16.2% a medication to reduce anxiety. At the time of the survey 9.9% of the population were using sleep-enhancing medication and 6.7% were using medication for anxiety. For most, hypnotic consumption was long-term: 81.6% had been using it for more than 6 months.

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  3. [해외논문]   Adult psychophysiologic insomnia and positive history of childhood insomnia.  

    Philip, P , Guilleminault, C
    Sleep : Journal of sleep and sleep disorders research v.19 no.3 suppl. ,pp. 16 - 22 , 1996 , 0161-8105 ,

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    Sixty-five adults diagnosed with "psychophysiologic chronic insomnia" following the criteria of the Association of Sleep Disorders Centers were investigated. They were subdivided into two groups based on whether onset of the insomnia had occurred in childhood or adulthood. Fifty similar-aged patients with obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS) were also investigated and served as a contrast group. All subjects were given polygraphic recordings and structured interviews, and all completed sleep questionnaires after reviewing the questions with an investigator. On many indices evaluating subjective daytime alertness and well-being, the psychophysiologic insomnia patients had scores similar to the OSAS patients. There were no significant differences between the childhood-onset and adult-onset psychophysiologic insomnia patients on most of the investigated items. However, the childhood-onset psychophysiologic insomniinacs had moderately but significantly higher reports of nightmares. This group also reported having had longer sleep latencies, significantly more "fear of the dark" and more frequent nightmares during childhood than the adult-onset group. These statistically significant findings reflected only a moderate increase in subjective scores, however, and in general the childhood-onset and adult-onset psychophysiologic insomnia patients were very similar.

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  4. [해외논문]   Insomnia in the child and adolescent.  

    Navelet, Y
    Sleep : Journal of sleep and sleep disorders research v.19 no.3 suppl. ,pp. 23 - 28 , 1996 , 0161-8105 ,

    초록

    Sixty-five adults diagnosed with "psychophysiologic chronic insomnia" following the criteria of the Association of Sleep Disorders Centers were investigated. They were subdivided into two groups based on whether onset of the insomnia had occurred in childhood or adulthood. Fifty similar-aged patients with obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS) were also investigated and served as a contrast group. All subjects were given polygraphic recordings and structured interviews, and all completed sleep questionnaires after reviewing the questions with an investigator. On many indices evaluating subjective daytime alertness and well-being, the psychophysiologic insomnia patients had scores similar to the OSAS patients. There were no significant differences between the childhood-onset and adult-onset psychophysiologic insomnia patients on most of the investigated items. However, the childhood-onset psychophysiologic insomniinacs had moderately but significantly higher reports of nightmares. This group also reported having had longer sleep latencies, significantly more "fear of the dark" and more frequent nightmares during childhood than the adult-onset group. These statistically significant findings reflected only a moderate increase in subjective scores, however, and in general the childhood-onset and adult-onset psychophysiologic insomnia patients were very similar.

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  5. [해외논문]   Is sleep apnea syndrome in the elderly a specific entity?  

    Lé , vy, P , Pé , pin, J L , Malauzat, D , Emeriau, J P , Lé , ger, J M
    Sleep : Journal of sleep and sleep disorders research v.19 no.3 suppl. ,pp. 29 - 38 , 1996 , 0161-8105 ,

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    The prevalence of apneas is increased in the elderly. In the present paper, we briefly discuss the data on epidemiology, clinical significance, morbidity and mortality of sleep apnea in the elderly. We further try to identify possible mechanisms linking aging and sleep apnea that may explain the high prevalence found in aged patients. Structural changes in upper airway, increase in pharyngeal resistance, oscillations in upper airway resistance and sleep instability are among the main factors that may be involved. Last, we present data on 389 apneics consecutively diagnosed in our sleep laboratory, separated according to whether they were less or more than 65 years of age. In the group of elderly patients that cannot be extrapolated to a random sample of the general population, sleep apnea does not seem to be different in terms of severity of breathing disorders, sleep data and therapeutic implications. Further studies are needed to determine whether or not the associated morbidity is different in the elderly; these studies could lead to different diagnosis strategies and therapeutic approaches.

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