The Pain-Related Beliefs and Attitudes about Sleep (PBAS) scale offers a tool to assess the interaction between sleep, insomnia and chronic pain.
Successful CPAP use for obstructive sleep apnea may be associated with improved sexual quality of life.
The relationship between pain and cognitive dysfunction was explained by sleep disturbance and depressive symptoms.
A high risk for OSA is common among older adults but is seldom investigated, though when it is investigated, it is almost always confirmed.
Despite the widespread use of antidepressants for treating insomnia, the evidence for their effectiveness remains limited.
Nightmares are frequently comorbid with other sleep and mental health disorders in US military personnel.
Risk factors for poor sleep in menopause include depression and vasomotor symptoms.
For pediatric patients with chronic pain, PTSD symptoms may be linked with higher levels of pain intensity.
Sleep bruxism may be improved with onabotulinum toxin-A injections.
Wearing amber lenses rather than clear lenses for 2 hours before bedtime was associated with improved sleep for individuals with insomnia symptoms.
Disrupted sleep is linked to an increase in amyloid-β production in adults.
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