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Group cognitive?behavioral therapy in insomnia: a cross-sectional case-controlled study - Dove Medical Press



Group cognitive?behavioral therapy in insomnia: a cross-sectional case-controlled study 
Dove Medical Press
Background: Group cognitive?behavioral therapy (GCBT) might meet the considerable treatment demand of insomnia, but its effectiveness needs to be addressed. Participants: This study recruited 27 insomnia patients treated with 16-weeks of zolpidem ...

 


ASK THE DOCTOR: Can insomnia due to my menopause cause dementia? DR MARTIN SCURR answers readers ... - Daily Mail



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ASK THE DOCTOR: Can insomnia due to my menopause cause dementia? DR MARTIN SCURR answers readers ... 
Daily Mail
Or it could be that the factors that cause insomnia, such as mood disorders or chronic pain, may also be involved in the brain deterioration and decline seen in dementia. There is much research being conducted into this, though I fear it will be some ...

 


Insomnia linked to alcohol-use among adolescents, study shows - Science Daily



Insomnia linked to alcohol-use among adolescents, study shows 
Science Daily
"Parents, educators, and therapists should consider insomnia to be a risk marker for alcohol use, and alcohol use a risk marker for insomnia, among early adolescents," writes Rutgers-Camden researcher Naomi Marmorstein in the study, published recently ...

 


Insomnia may raise risk of kidney disease and death - Medical News Today



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Insomnia may raise risk of kidney disease and death 
Medical News Today
Research has identified insomnia as the most common sleep disorder, with around 35.2 percent of adults in the United States reporting short nightly sleep duration, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Sleeplessness is also ...
Chronic Insomnia Associated With Higher Risk of End Stage Kidney Disease and Mortality MedicalResearch.com (blog)

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Insomnia Linked with Early Death and Kidney Dysfunction - Sleep Review



Insomnia Linked with Early Death and Kidney Dysfunction 
Sleep Review
A team led by Csaba Kovesdy, MD, and Jun Ling Lu, MD, of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, looked to see whether chronic insomnia might be linked with increased risks of dying early and developing kidney problems in a group of ...

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RA Reviews: Insomnia Festival 2017 at Driv - Troms° (Event) - Resident Advisor



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RA Reviews: Insomnia Festival 2017 at Driv - Troms° (Event) 
Resident Advisor
Insomnia Festival 2017 There can be little arguing against Troms°'s claim as the "techno capital of Norway." That Bel Canto, Biosphere, R÷yksopp, Mental ...

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Worrying about insomnia may do more harm than poor sleep - Medical News Today



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Worrying about insomnia may do more harm than poor sleep 
Medical News Today
Insomnia is a common disorder in which people find it hard to fall asleep, stay asleep, or both. This can cause them to have insufficient or poor-quality sleep that leaves them feeling unrefreshed at the start of their day. But the new findings support ...

 


Haunting pictures show patients at 19th century hospital in Paris where women were treated for 'hysteria' after ... - Daily Mail



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Haunting pictures show patients at 19th century hospital in Paris where women were treated for 'hysteria' after ... 
Daily Mail
Women suspected to have had it exhibited a wide array of symptoms, including sexual desire, insomnia or even a 'tendency to cause trouble'. In some extreme cases, woman were forced to enter asylums or undergo a surgical hysterectomy. In ancient Greece ...

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Rutgers University-Camden study shows link between insomnia and ... - News-Medical.net



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Rutgers University-Camden study shows link between insomnia and ... 
News-Medical.net
Insomnia is linked to frequency of alcohol use among early adolescents, according to new Rutgers University-Camden research. "Parents, educators, and ...

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Worrying about insomnia may be worse than lack of sleep - WA Today - WAtoday



Worrying about insomnia may be worse than lack of sleep - WA Today 
WAtoday
While sleep disturbances come in many forms, I used to think those of us who slept badly had one thing in common: we suffer for it the next day. Now a new ...

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