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  1. ... study. J Sleep Res. 2003 Mar; 12 (1):1–12. [ PubMed : 12603781 ] 162. Harrison Y, Horne JA. Sleep deprivation affects speech. Sleep. 1997 Oct; 20 (10):871–8. [ ...
  2. ... worsen more rapidly. Frequency Restless legs syndrome is one of the most common sleep and movement disorders. It affects an estimated 5 to 10 percent of adults ...
  3. ... in older adults are so common that nearly one-half of all hypnotic prescriptions written are for persons older than 65 years. Although normal aging affects sleep, the clinician should evaluate the many factors that ...
  4. ... 10.1016/j.neuroscience.2016.01.021. X-1 [ PubMed : 26794591 ] [ CrossRef ] 5538. Lambert A, Tessier S, Rochette A-C, et al. Poor sleep affects daytime functioning in typically developing and autistic children ...
  5. ... randomized, blinded, controlled study. Skeletal Radiol. 2013; 42 (1):69–78. [ PubMed : 22609989 ] Excluded: Wrong intervention . Karp JF, Yu L, Friedly J, et al. Negative affect and sleep disturbance may be associated with response to epidural ...
  6. ... men and 1.42 (95% CI, 1.35, 1.48) for women. 10 Individuals with venous leg ulcers have a reduced quality of life due to pain, which in turn affects sleep and overall well-being. They also experience impaired ...
  7. ... small piece of chromosome 2 at position q23.1 can cause MBD5 -associated ... speech, sleep problems, distinctive facial features, and mild hand and ...
  8. ... include developmental conditions called autism spectrum disorders that affect ... from the 1q21.1 region may also be risk factors for schizophrenia . ...
  9. ... at least 2 weeks duration, involving changes in affect, cognition, and neurovegetative functions (i.e., sleep, appetite). Persistent depressive disorder requires symptoms of at least one year (two in adults). To address concerns about ...
  10. ... Seizures can be triggered by a lack of sleep, extreme tiredness, stress, or alcohol consumption. Frequency Juvenile myoclonic epilepsy affects an estimated 1 in 1,000 people worldwide. Approximately 5 percent ...
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