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    April 2019
  1. BESNARD S, Tighilet B, Chabbert C, Hitier M, et al
    Reply to Micarelli et al. Commentary on The Balance of Sleep: Role of the Vestibular Sensory System.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2019;44:87-88.
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  2. ALESSANDRINI M, Viziano A, Micarelli A
    New trends in otoneurological dysfunctions in OSA patients concerning "The balance of sleep: Role of the vestibular sensory system".
    Sleep Med Rev. 2019;44:85-86.
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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. 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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    February 2019
  11. SANGUANKEO A, Upala S
    Comments on: "Sleep disturbances increase the risk of dementia: A systematic review and meta-analysis".
    Sleep Med Rev. 2019;43:22.
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  12. SHI L, Bao YP, Chen SJ, Ma MY, et al
    Reply to Sanguankeo and Upala on "Sleep disturbances increase the risk of dementia: A systematic review and meta-analysis".
    Sleep Med Rev. 2019;43:133-134.
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  13. MANBER R
    The power of pooled analyses to inform about the effects of CBTI on outcomes beyond sleep.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2019;43:131-132.
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  14. GEE B, Orchard F, Clarke E, Joy A, et al
    The effect of non-pharmacological sleep interventions on depression symptoms: A meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2019;43:118-128.
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  15. HERTENSTEIN E, Feige B, Gmeiner T, Kienzler C, et al
    Insomnia as a predictor of mental disorders: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2019;43:96-105.
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  16. PRESSMAN MR
    The neurophysiological and neurochemical effects of alcohol on the brain are inconsistent with current evidence based models of sleepwalking.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2019;43:92-95.
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  17. LOVATO N, Lack L
    Insomnia and mortality: A meta-analysis.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2019;43:71-83.
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  18. BIN YS, Postnova S, Cistulli PA
    What works for jetlag? A systematic review of non-pharmacological interventions.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2019;43:47-59.
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  19. GALBIATI A, Verga L, Giora E, Zucconi M, et al
    The risk of neurodegeneration in REM sleep behavior disorder: A systematic review and meta-analysis of longitudinal studies.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2019;43:37-46.
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  20. SZABO ST, Thorpy MJ, Mayer G, Peever JH, et al
    Neurobiological and immunogenetic aspects of narcolepsy: Implications for pharmacotherapy.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2019;43:23-36.
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  21. KRUEGER JM, Nguyen JT, Dykstra-Aiello CJ, Taishi P, et al
    Local sleep.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2019;43:14-21.
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  22. PERACH R, Allen CK, Kapantai I, Madrid-Valero JJ, et al
    The psychological wellbeing outcomes of nonpharmacological interventions for older persons with insomnia symptoms: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2019;43:1-13.
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    December 2018
  23. KANCLERZ P, Grzybowski A
    Optical coherence tomography (OCT) findings in obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;42:231.
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  24. MENTEK M, Aptel F, Godin-Ribuot D, Tamisier R, et al
    Response to letter to editor "Optical coherence tomography (OCT) findings in obstructive sleep apnea" by Piotr Kanclerz.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;42:232-233.
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  25. TAHMASIAN M, Zarei M, Noori K, Khazaie H, et al
    Reply to Hua Liu, HaiCun Shi and PingLei Pan: Coordinate based meta-analyses in a medium sized literature: Considerations, limitations and road ahead.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;42:236-238.
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  26. LIU H, Shi H, Pan P
    Brain structural and functional alterations in insomnia disorder: More "homogeneous" research is needed.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;42:234-235.
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  27. KONJARSKI M, Murray G, Lee VV, Jackson ML, et al
    Reciprocal relationships between daily sleep and mood: A systematic review of naturalistic prospective studies.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;42:47-58.
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  28. PALNITKAR G, Phillips CL, Hoyos CM, Marren AJ, et al
    Linking sleep disturbance to idiopathic male infertility.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;42:149-159.
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  29. BESNARD S, Tighilet B, Chabbert C, Hitier M, et al
    The balance of sleep: Role of the vestibular sensory system.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;42:220-228.
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  30. GAINES J, Vgontzas AN, Fernandez-Mendoza J, Bixler EO, et al
    Obstructive sleep apnea and the metabolic syndrome: The road to clinically-meaningful phenotyping, improved prognosis, and personalized treatment.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;42:211-219.
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  31. DAWSON D, Reynolds AC, Van Dongen HPA, Thomas MJW, et al
    Determining the likelihood that fatigue was present in a road accident: A theoretical review and suggested accident taxonomy.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;42:202-210.
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  32. BARIL AA, Carrier J, Lafreniere A, Warby S, et al
    Biomarkers of dementia in obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;42:139-148.
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  33. MAURER LF, Espie CA, Kyle SD
    How does sleep restriction therapy for insomnia work? A systematic review of mechanistic evidence and the introduction of the Triple-R model.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;42:127-138.
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  34. RIFKIN DI, Long MW, Perry MJ
    Climate change and sleep: A systematic review of the literature and conceptual framework.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;42:3-9.
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  35. PERGER E, Jutant EM, Redolfi S
    Targeting volume overload and overnight rostral fluid shift: A new perspective to treat sleep apnea.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;42:160-170.
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  36. CHIU HY, Lee HC, Chen PY, Lai YF, et al
    Associations between sleep duration and suicidality in adolescents: A systematic review and dose-response meta-analysis.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;42:119-126.
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  37. TAHMASIAN M, Noori K, Samea F, Zarei M, et al
    A lack of consistent brain alterations in insomnia disorder: An activation likelihood estimation meta-analysis.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;42:111-118.
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  38. SHAKKOTTAI A, O'Brien LM, Nasr SZ, Chervin RD, et al
    Sleep disturbances and their impact in pediatric cystic fibrosis.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;42:100-110.
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  39. KOLLA BP, Foroughi M, Saeidifard F, Chakravorty S, et al
    The impact of alcohol on breathing parameters during sleep: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;42:59-67.
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  40. WONG AM, Barnes HN, Joosten SA, Landry SA, et al
    The effect of surgical weight loss on obstructive sleep apnoea: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;42:85-99.
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  41. CORDOVA FV, Barja S, Brockmann PE
    Consequences of short sleep duration on the dietary intake in children: A systematic review and metanalysis.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;42:68-84.
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  42. DOMINGUEZ JE, Habib AS, Krystal AD
    A review of the associations between obstructive sleep apnea and hypertensive disorders of pregnancy and possible mechanisms of disease.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;42:37-46.
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  43. JANSSON-FROJMARK M, Norell-Clarke A
    The cognitive treatment components and therapies of cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia: A systematic review.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;42:19-36.
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    October 2018
  44. HNIN K, Mukherjee S, Antic NA, Catcheside P, et al
    The impact of ethnicity on the prevalence and severity of obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;41:78-86.
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  45. MENDONCA F, Mostafa SS, Ravelo-Garcia AG, Morgado-Dias F, et al
    Devices for home detection of obstructive sleep apnea: A review.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;41:149-160.
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  46. FERNANDEZ-MENDOZA J
    What should we tell our worried patients with insomnia about blood pressure?
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;41:1-2.
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  47. SHORT MA, Weber N
    Sleep duration and risk-taking in adolescents: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;41:185-196.
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  48. WARLAND J, Dorrian J, Morrison JL, O'Brien LM, et al
    Maternal sleep during pregnancy and poor fetal outcomes: A scoping review of the literature with meta-analysis.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;41:197-219.
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  49. BAUCKNEHT M, Chincarini A, De Carli F, Terzaghi M, et al
    Presynaptic dopaminergic neuroimaging in REM sleep behavior disorder: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;41:266-274.
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  50. RIGNEY G, Ali NS, Corkum PV, Brown CA, et al
    A systematic review to explore the feasibility of a behavioural sleep intervention for insomnia in children with neurodevelopmental disorders: A transdiagnostic approach.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;41:244-254.
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  51. MORRIS G, Stubbs B, Kohler CA, Walder K, et al
    The putative role of oxidative stress and inflammation in the pathophysiology of sleep dysfunction across neuropsychiatric disorders: Focus on chronic fatigue syndrome, bipolar disorder and multiple sclerosis.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;41:255-265.
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  52. BOOKER LA, Magee M, Rajaratnam SMW, Sletten TL, et al
    Individual vulnerability to insomnia, excessive sleepiness and shift work disorder amongst healthcare shift workers. A systematic review.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;41:220-233.
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  53. VARGAS I, Vgontzas AN, Abelson JL, Faghih RT, et al
    Altered ultradian cortisol rhythmicity as a potential neurobiologic substrate for chronic insomnia.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;41:234-243.
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  54. ARAIE T, Okuno K, Ono Minagi H, Sakai T, et al
    Dental and skeletal changes associated with long-term oral appliance use for obstructive sleep apnea: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;41:161-172.
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  55. LECHNER M, Wilkins D, Kotecha B
    A review on drug-induced sedation endoscopy - Technique, grading systems and controversies.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;41:141-148.
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  56. GARCIA-BORREGUERO D, Cano-Pumarega I, Marulanda R
    Management of treatment failure in restless legs syndrome (Willis-Ekbom disease).
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;41:50-60.
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  57. JARRIN DC, Alvaro PK, Bouchard MA, Jarrin SD, et al
    Insomnia and hypertension: A systematic review.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;41:3-38.
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  58. TALIH F, Gebara NY, Andary FS, Mondello S, et al
    Delayed sleep phase syndrome and bipolar disorder: Pathogenesis and available common biomarkers.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;41:133-140.
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  59. GAN-OR Z, Alcalay RN, Rouleau GA, Postuma RB, et al
    Sleep disorders and Parkinson disease; lessons from genetics.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;41:101-112.
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    August 2018
  60. ALWARDAT M, Schirinzi T, Di Lazzaro G, Mercuri NB, et al
    Comments on: "Complementary and alternative therapies for restless legs syndrome: An evidence-based systematic review".
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;40:215-216.
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  61. XU XM, Liu Y, Jia SY, Dong MX, et al
    Response to comments on: "Complementary and alternative therapies for restless legs syndrome: An evidence-based systematic review" - by Mohammad Alwardat.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;40:217.
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  62. REZAIE L, Fobian AD, McCall WV, Khazaie H, et al
    Paradoxical insomnia and subjective-objective sleep discrepancy: A review.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;40:196-202.
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  63. MURAWSKI B, Wade L, Plotnikoff RC, Lubans DR, et al
    A systematic review and meta-analysis of cognitive and behavioral interventions to improve sleep health in adults without sleep disorders.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;40:160-169.
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  64. BARON KG, Duffecy J, Berendsen MA, Cheung Mason I, et al
    Feeling validated yet? A scoping review of the use of consumer-targeted wearable and mobile technology to measure and improve sleep.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;40:151-159.
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  65. CHAN WS, Levsen MP, McCrae CS
    A meta-analysis of associations between obesity and insomnia diagnosis and symptoms.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;40:170-182.
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  66. ARCHER SN, Schmidt C, Vandewalle G, Dijk DJ, et al
    Phenotyping of PER3 variants reveals widespread effects on circadian preference, sleep regulation, and health.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;40:109-126.
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  67. TAN X, Chapman CD, Cedernaes J, Benedict C, et al
    Association between long sleep duration and increased risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes: A review of possible mechanisms.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;40:127-134.
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  68. DE VRIES GE, Wijkstra PJ, Houwerzijl EJ, Kerstjens HAM, et al
    Cardiovascular effects of oral appliance therapy in obstructive sleep apnea: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;40:55-68.
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  69. TAMISIER R, Fabre F, O'Donoghue F, Levy P, et al
    Anesthesia and sleep apnea.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;40:79-92.
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  70. CHEN SJ, Shi L, Bao YP, Sun YK, et al
    Prevalence of restless legs syndrome during pregnancy: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;40:43-54.
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  71. REUTRAKUL S, Anothaisintawee T, Herring SJ, Balserak BI, et al
    Short sleep duration and hyperglycemia in pregnancy: Aggregate and individual patient data meta-analysis.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;40:31-42.
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  72. GUILLEMINAULT C, Huang YS
    From oral facial dysfunction to dysmorphism and the onset of pediatric OSA.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;40:203-214.
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  73. VAN ERUM J, Van Dam D, De Deyn PP
    Sleep and Alzheimer's disease: A pivotal role for the suprachiasmatic nucleus.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;40:17-27.
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  74. SHI L, Chen SJ, Ma MY, Bao YP, et al
    Sleep disturbances increase the risk of dementia: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;40:4-16.
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    June 2018
  75. WSZEDYBYL-WINKLEWSKA M, Wolf J, Szarmach A, Winklewski PJ, et al
    Central sympathetic nervous system reinforcement in obstructive sleep apnoea.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;39:143-154.
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  76. ABTAHI S, Phuong A, Major PW, Flores-Mir C, et al
    Cranial base length in pediatric populations with sleep disordered breathing: A systematic review.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;39:164-173.
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  77. AFOLALU EF, Ramlee F, Tang NKY
    Effects of sleep changes on pain-related health outcomes in the general population: A systematic review of longitudinal studies with exploratory meta-analysis.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;39:82-97.
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  78. PARRINO L, Vaudano AE
    The resilient brain and the guardians of sleep: New perspectives on old assumptions.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;39:98-107.
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  79. JIMENEZ-JIMENEZ FJ, Alonso-Navarro H, Garcia-Martin E, Agundez JAG, et al
    Genetics of restless legs syndrome: An update.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;39:108-121.
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  80. KWON Y, Koene RJ, Johnson AR, Lin GM, et al
    Sleep, sleep apnea and atrial fibrillation: Questions and answers.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;39:134-142.
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  81. DE ZAMBOTTI M, Goldstone A, Colrain IM, Baker FC, et al
    Insomnia disorder in adolescence: Diagnosis, impact, and treatment.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;39:12-24.
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  82. HERBERT V, Kyle SD, Pratt D
    Does cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia improve cognitive performance? A systematic review and narrative synthesis.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;39:37-51.
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  83. JIKE M, Itani O, Watanabe N, Buysse DJ, et al
    Long sleep duration and health outcomes: A systematic review, meta-analysis and meta-regression.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;39:25-36.
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  84. RAVEN F, Van der Zee EA, Meerlo P, Havekes R, et al
    The role of sleep in regulating structural plasticity and synaptic strength: Implications for memory and cognitive function.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;39:3-11.
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    April 2018
  85. MCCALL WV
    Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I): What is known, and advancing the science by avoiding the pitfalls of the placebo effect.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;38:1-2.
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  86. MENTEK M, Aptel F, Godin-Ribuot D, Tamisier R, et al
    Diseases of the retina and the optic nerve associated with obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;38:113-130.
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  87. XU XM, Liu Y, Jia SY, Dong MX, et al
    Complementary and alternative therapies for restless legs syndrome: An evidence-based systematic review.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;38:158-167.
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  88. SEDOV ID, Cameron EE, Madigan S, Tomfohr-Madsen LM, et al
    Sleep quality during pregnancy: A meta-analysis.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;38:168-176.
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  89. SARKANEN TO, Alakuijala APE, Dauvilliers YA, Partinen MM, et al
    Incidence of narcolepsy after H1N1 influenza and vaccinations: Systematic review and meta-analysis.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;38:177-186.
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  90. KOLLA BP, Mansukhani MP, Bostwick JM
    The influence of antidepressants on restless legs syndrome and periodic limb movements: A systematic review.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;38:131-140.
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  91. OLAITHE M, Bucks RS, Hillman DR, Eastwood PR, et al
    Cognitive deficits in obstructive sleep apnea: Insights from a meta-review and comparison with deficits observed in COPD, insomnia, and sleep deprivation.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;38:39-49.
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  92. DENIS D, French CC, Gregory AM
    A systematic review of variables associated with sleep paralysis.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;38:141-157.
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  93. POSTIGLIONE E, Antelmi E, Pizza F, Lecendreux M, et al
    The clinical spectrum of childhood narcolepsy.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;38:70-85.
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  94. SCHREIER DR, Banks C, Mathis J
    Driving simulators in the clinical assessment of fitness to drive in sleepy individuals: A systematic review.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;38:86-100.
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  95. WALLACE DM, Williams NJ, Sawyer AM, Jean-Louis G, et al
    Adherence to positive airway pressure treatment among minority populations in the US: A scoping review.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;38:56-69.
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  96. TURRINI A, Raggi A, Calandra-Buonaura G, Martinelli P, et al
    Not only limbs in atypical restless legs syndrome.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;38:50-55.
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  97. YEUNG V, Sharpe L, Glozier N, Hackett ML, et al
    A systematic review and meta-analysis of placebo versus no treatment for insomnia symptoms.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;38:17-27.
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  98. THEORELL-HAGLOW J, Miller CB, Bartlett DJ, Yee BJ, et al
    Gender differences in obstructive sleep apnoea, insomnia and restless legs syndrome in adults - What do we know? A clinical update.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;38:28-38.
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  99. VAN STRATEN A, van der Zweerde T, Kleiboer A, Cuijpers P, et al
    Cognitive and behavioral therapies in the treatment of insomnia: A meta-analysis.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;38:3-16.
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    February 2018
  100. ECKERT DJ
    Phenotypic approaches to positional therapy for obstructive sleep apnoea.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;37:175-176.
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  101. OKSENBERG A, Gadoth N
    Positional patients (PP) and non positional patients (NPP) are two dominant phenotypes that should be included in the phenotypic approaches to obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;37:173-174.
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  102. RIZZO D, Libman E, Creti L, Baltzan M, et al
    Determinants of policy decisions for non-commercial drivers with OSA: An integrative review.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;37:130-137.
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  103. SANER NJ, Bishop DJ, Bartlett JD
    Is exercise a viable therapeutic intervention to mitigate mitochondrial dysfunction and insulin resistance induced by sleep loss?
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;37:60-68.
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  104. SPRUYT K, Braam W, Curfs LM
    Sleep in Angelman syndrome: A review of evidence.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;37:69-84.
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  105. HILBERT J, Yaggi HK
    Patient-centered care in obstructive sleep apnea: A vision for the future.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;37:138-147.
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  106. BALLESIO A, Aquino MRJV, Feige B, Johann AF, et al
    The effectiveness of behavioural and cognitive behavioural therapies for insomnia on depressive and fatigue symptoms: A systematic review and network meta-analysis.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;37:114-129.
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  107. PATTYN N, Van Puyvelde M, Fernandez-Tellez H, Roelands B, et al
    From the midnight sun to the longest night: Sleep in Antarctica.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;37:159-172.
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  108. CASTRO-CODESAL ML, Dehaan K, Featherstone R, Bedi PK, et al
    Long-term non-invasive ventilation therapies in children: A scoping review.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;37:148-158.
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  109. STALLMAN HM, Kohler M, White J
    Medication induced sleepwalking: A systematic review.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;37:105-113.
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  110. MYSLIWIEC V, Brock MS, Creamer JL, O'Reilly BM, et al
    Trauma associated sleep disorder: A parasomnia induced by trauma.
    Sleep Med Rev. 2018;37:94-104.
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  111. SMITH LA, Dawes PJ, Galland BC
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