Schlafstörungen bei psychiatrischen Erkrankungen

  • H. Giedke
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Von Schlafstörungen sind etwa 70% aller stationär aufgenommenen psychiatrischen Patienten betroffen [33]. Die Hoffnung, daß besondere Aspekte der Störung (z. B. verkürzte REM-Latenz, Terminalschlafstörung) für die eine oder andere Erkrankung pathognomonisch und deshalb diagnostisch verwertbar sein könnten, hat sich bisher nicht erfüllt.

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