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COVID-19: Daily Top 10 Papers


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01.03.2021

2 Sleep
4 Sleep Med
2 Sleep Med Rev


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  1. WU M, Ren J, Li SX, Xue P, et al
    Management of narcolepsy during COVID-19: a challenge or an opportunity?
    Sleep. 2021;44.
    PubMed        

  2. ONG JL, Lau T, Massar SAA, Chong ZT, et al
    COVID-19-related mobility reduction: heterogenous effects on sleep and physical activity rhythms.
    Sleep. 2021;44.
    PubMed         Abstract available


    Sleep Med

  3. BECK F, Leger D, Cortaredona S, Verger P, et al
    Would we recover better sleep at the end of Covid-19? A relative improvement observed at the population level with the end of the lockdown in France.
    Sleep Med. 2021;78:115-119.
    PubMed         Abstract available

  4. LIM MTC, Ramamurthy MB, Aishworiya R, Rajgor DD, et al
    School closure during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic - Impact on children's sleep.
    Sleep Med. 2021;78:108-114.
    PubMed         Abstract available

  5. HYUN S, Hahm HC, Wong GTF, Zhang E, et al
    Psychological correlates of poor sleep quality among U.S. young adults during the COVID-19 pandemic.
    Sleep Med. 2021;78:51-56.
    PubMed         Abstract available

  6. LIU Y, Jiang TT, Shi TY, Liu YN, et al
    The effectiveness of diaphragmatic breathing relaxation training for improving sleep quality among nursing staff during the COVID-19 outbreak: a before and after study.
    Sleep Med. 2021;78:8-14.
    PubMed         Abstract available


    Sleep Med Rev

  7. WICKWIRE EM, Morin CM
    Advancing a value framework for sleep: Update on economic aspects of cognitive-behavioral treatments for insomnia.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2020;54:101387.
    PubMed        

  8. GALBIATI A, Zucconi M
    Polysomnographic alterations in rem sleep behavior disorder: Where we are now?
    Sleep Med Rev. 2020;54:101364.
    PubMed        


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