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Effects of a hybrid digital cognitive–behavioural therapy for insomnia and emotion regulation in the workplace (SLEEP): study protocol for a randomised waitlist control trial

Methods and analysis This is a mixed methods evaluation of a 6-week dCBT-I+ER intervention by self-guided online platform and four videoconferencing therapy sessions, which is based on SPIRIT's 2013 findings. Methods and results are presented. This is a mixed methods evaluation. Methods and analysis. SPIRIT 2013 has published statistics. Methods and analysis. This is a mixed methods review. The University of Warwick's Biomedical and Research Ethics Committee approved full admission, from subordinate to clinical levels not involved in medical care at the time of the trial.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2021-058062


Neuropsychiatric and sleep study in autosomal dominant dopa-responsive dystonia

Methods: Using the Beck Depression Inventory-III, the Wiener Matrizen Test 2, the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index, the World Health Organization Quality of Life (tu2013 BREF Instrument), and a drug use evaluation form were used to investigate seventeen people with a c. IVS5 + 3insT variation in the GTP cyclohydrolase-1 gene and 34 intrafamilial controls. Nevertheless, in children with no molecular variation, generalized anxiety disorder and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder were discovered in childhood. Before using L-Dopa, the group with the GCH1 version gave a poor representation of how secure they feel in their daily lives, less satisfaction with themselves and their families, and a higher risk of recent major depressive episodes. Conclusion: Low dopamine may have been able to prevent generalized anxiety disorder and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in children in the Segawa group of people.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ymgmr.2022.100870


Noncontact Sleep Study by Multi-Modal Sensor Fusion

Polysomnography is thought to be the gold standard for determining sleep stages, but sleep stage classification schemes using noninvasive sensors have been used over the years. We present a novel way to classify sleep stages using low cost, non-contact multi-modal sensor fusion, which extracts sleep-related key data from radar signals and a sound-based context-awareness system. This work is uniquely based on PSG results of sleep disorder patients, which were collected and approved by Hanyang University Hospital specialists. Comparing sleep stage classification results between single sensor and sensor-fusion algorithms illustrates the effectiveness of the suggested algorithm. Following a PSG examination, the proposed algorithm was tested with random patients, and findings indicate a promising new method for determining sleep stages in a low cost and unobtrusive manner.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/s17071685


Simultaneous sleep study and nasoendoscopic investigation in a patient with obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome refractory to continuous positive airway pressure: a case report

Abstract of work The main treatment for obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome is nasal continuous positive airway pressure. Other procedures such as mandibular advancement kits or upper airway surgery may also be considered in cases of non-response to continuous positive airway pressure. Case Presentation The case of a 38-year-old Caucasian man with severe sleep apnoea syndrome, initially resistant to nasal continuous positive airway pressure, was investigated and resolved by sleep disordered breathing, where the visualization of the upper airway with sleep endoscopy and the concomitant titration of positive pressure were both helpful in the investigation and resolution of sleep disordered breathing. Conclusion This is the only case of obstructive sleep disorder refractory to treatment with nocturnal ventilatory aids. It's rare that obstructive sleep apnoea therapy with continuous positive airway pressure, and each situation should be treated individually.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/1752-1947-3-9315


Obstructive Sleep Apnea in a rural population in South India: Feasibility of health care workers to administer level III sleep study

Objectives: Using a screening questionnaire and a Level III sleep survey, a rural Indian population can be estimating the occurrence of obstructive sleep apnea and its risk factors. To determine the possibility of recruiting community health workers to conduct a Level III sleep study in the high-risk population, we'll need to find out how to analyze data in the high-risk population. A Berlin questionnaire was used to screen 321 participants for stratified random sampling. A total of 26 out of 321 patients underwent a Level III sleep study at home, administered by the health workers, who were qualified in three sessions to hook up the machine. According to the Berlin questionnaire, there were 8. 72% in the total population, 7. 4% in males, and 11. 7% in females. In 12 patients, twenty-six patients underwent Level III sleep study, and OSA was detected in 12 patients. According to AHI guidelines, the prevalence of OSA by AHI measures was 3. 7 percent. A cost-effective and time-saving option for training community health workers to conduct a Level III sleep study is a viable and cost-effective option.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.4103/lungindia.lungindia_433_17


Association between sleep duration and 24-hour urine free cortisol in the MrOS Sleep Study.

Specifically, objective and subjective methods of assessing habitual sleep duration can account for the inconsistent findings reported in epidemiological studies. In this research of community dwelling older men, 30-hour UFC sleep duration was inversely related to 24-hour UFC rates. Participants who reported 5 hours of habitual sleep had an adjusted mean 24-hour UFC of 29. 8 ug, compared to 28. 0 ug in participants reporting > 5 hours of sleep 25. 5 ug in those reporting > 8 hours of habitual sleep.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0075205


Survey Results of a Pilot Sleep Study Near Atlanta International Airport

Increased risk of being highly sleep impaired and highly bothered by aircraft noise was also associated with increased risk of being highly sleep disturbed and highly concerned with aircraft noise, according to L night. In addition, L night was associated with several coping habits. There was no significant correlation between L night and self-reported general health or the possibility of self-reported diagnosis of sleep disorders, heart disease, hypertension, or diabetes among insomnia sufferers. In this pilot study, evidence of self-reported adverse effects of aircraft noise on sleep have led to further investigation in larger, more representative subject cohorts.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph16224321


Polymorphisms in α- and β-Adrenergic Receptor Genes, Hypertension, and Obstructive Sleep Apnea: The Skaraborg Sleep Study

In a population-based study of 157 hypertensive patients and 181 healthy control subjects, the relationship between functional polymorphisms of the u03b12B, u03b21-, and a u03b22-adrenergic receptor genes, obstructive sleep apnea in hypertensive patients and hypertension in patients with OSA was examined. Arg389Arg genotype carriers had higher crude and age-adjusted AHI than those carrying the Arg389Gly/Gly389Gly genotypes, according to hypertensive men carrying the Arg389Arg genotype. With an increasing number of Arg-alleles, the risk of hypertension in mild OSA was reduced.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.4061/2010/458410


Musculoskeletal Pain as a Marker of Health Quality. Findings from the Epidemiological Sleep Study among the Adult Population of São Paulo City.

In 2007, a two-stage cluster randomized sample of 1100 people in Sao Paulo was used to determine the point prevalence of chronic pain in Su00e3o Paulo city dwellers and to investigate the influence of urban planning. The aim of this study was to determine the point prevalence of chronic pain in Su00e3o Paulo city dwellers and determine the effect of urbanization factors. Musculoskeletal pain was described as widespread pain or pain that was located in the back, joints, or limbs. The prevalence of persistent musculoskeletal pain was estimated at 27 percent in Su00e3o Paulo city in 2007, with a female/male ratio of approximately 2. 6 percent. Responders with persistent musculoskeletal pain and the controls were the most distinguishing factor between responders with chronic musculoskeletal pain and the controls, followed by anxiety for those with poor psychological stability, and exhaustion for the remaining ones.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0142726


Correlation of Lateral Cephalogram and Flexible Laryngoscopy with Sleep Study in Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Patients with obstructive sleep apnea are expected to have a correlation between lateral cephalogram, flexible laryngoscopy, and sleep study. A prospective investigation was conducted in patients with obstructive sleep apnea by sleep study. In selected instances, an attempt was made to see if the results matched the patients who would benefit from oral appliance or surgery as the definitive treatment. In OSA, there is a strong connection between lateral cephalogram and awakened nasopharyngoscopy.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1155/2015/127842

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