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17.06.2019

8 Sleep Med Rev


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    Sleep Med Rev

  1. TUBBS AS, Perlis ML, Grandner MA
    Surviving the long night: The potential of sleep health for suicide prevention.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2019;44:83-84.
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  2. CASTELNOVO A, Ferri R, Punjabi NM, Castronovo V, et al
    The paradox of paradoxical insomnia: A theoretical review towards a unifying evidence-based definition.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2019;44:70-82.
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  3. RUSSELL K, Allan S, Beattie L, Bohan J, et al
    Sleep problem, suicide and self-harm in university students: A systematic review.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2019;44:58-69.
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  4. PERES BU, Hirsch Allen AJ, Fox N, Laher I, et al
    Circulating biomarkers to identify cardiometabolic complications in patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea: A systematic review.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2019;44:48-57.
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  5. PORRAS-SEGOVIA A, Perez-Rodriguez MM, Lopez-Esteban P, Courtet P, et al
    Contribution of sleep deprivation to suicidal behaviour: A systematic review.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2019;44:37-47.
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  6. CHEUNG JMY, Jarrin DC, Ballot O, Bharwani AA, et al
    A systematic review of cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia implemented in primary care and community settings.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2019;44:23-36.
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  7. ALFONSI V, D'Atri A, Scarpelli S, Mangiaruga A, et al
    Sleep talking: A viable access to mental processes during sleep.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2019;44:12-22.
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  8. HORNE RS, Wijayaratne P, Nixon GM, Walter LM, et al
    Sleep and sleep disordered breathing in children with down syndrome: Effects on behaviour, neurocognition and the cardiovascular system.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2019;44:1-11.
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