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Insomnia with objective short sleep duration is associated with longer duration of insomnia in the Freiburg Insomnia Cohort compared to insomnia with normal sleep duration, but not with hypertension

. Writing ± original draft: Anna F. Johann, Kai Spiegelhalder. Writing ± review & editing: Anna F. Johann, Elisabeth Hertenstein, Simon D. Kyle, Chiara Baglioni, Bernd Feige, Christoph Nissen, Alastair J

Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy in Patients with Insomnia: A Repeated Measurement Study

Chronic insomnia is one of the most prevalent central nervous system disorders. It is characterized by increased arousal levels, however, the neurobiological causes and correlates of hyperarousal in insomnia remain to be further determined. In the current study, magnetic resonance spectroscopy was used in the morning and evening in a well-characterized sample of 20 primary insomnia ...

Correction: Polysomnographic Characteristics of Sleep in Stroke: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

-Analysis Chiara Baglioni Christoph Nissen Adrian Schweinoch Dieter Riemann Kai Spiegelhalder Mathias Berger Cornelius Weiller Annette Sterr Citation: Baglioni C, Nissen C, Schweinoch A, The following

Polysomnographic Characteristics of Sleep in Stroke: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Background Research on sleep after stroke has focused mainly on sleep disordered breathing. However, the extend to which sleep physiology is altered in stroke survivors, how these alterations compare to healthy volunteers, and how sleep changes might affect recovery as well as physical and mental health has yet to be fully researched. Motivated by the view that a deeper ...

The Relationship between Brain Morphology and Polysomnography in Healthy Good Sleepers

Background Normal sleep continuity and architecture show remarkable inter-individual variability. Previous studies suggest that brain morphology may explain inter-individual differences in sleep variables. Method Thirty-eight healthy subjects spent two consecutive nights at the sleep laboratory with polysomnographic monitoring. Furthermore, high-resolution T1-weighted MRI datasets ...