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Submitter* Denis Motruk
Type of Paper* publication
Title* Sleep disorders: impact on daytime functioning and quality of life.
Author(s)* Szentkirályi A, Madarász CZ, Novák M.
Conference* Expert Review of Pharmacoeconomics & Outcomes Research
Year* 2009
Journal*
Volume 9
Issue 1
Page(s) 49-64
Abstract* This article provides an overview of the daytime symptoms associated with the most common sleep disorders, namely insomnia, restless legs syndrome, obstructive sleep apnea syndrome and shift wake-sleep disorder. Psychological and social dysfunction resulting from these sleep disturbances are explained and discussed in detail. Health-related quality of life is a concept that reflects the changes in diverse aspects of subjective wellbeing of the patients due to an illness. Therefore, studies reporting quality-of-life issues associated with the aforementioned sleep disorders will also be presented. Finally, we review the limited data regarding the effects of treatment on quality-of-life outcomes.
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