Journal of Brain Research

ISSN: 2684-4583

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Viren Sanganpanich

Department of Psychiatry, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand

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    Treatment Plans for Stress and Insomnia
    Author(s): Viren Sanganpanich*

    The perceived safety of the laboratory sleep environment has been suggested as a possible explanation for the discrepancy between the results of self-report surveys and laboratory polysomnography in adults who have been traumatized. 18 In accordance with this theory, the study included female victims of sexual assault, particularly PTSD sufferers. In the home, people with PTSD reported poorer subjective sleep quality than the other groups, but this difference between the groups was not found in the laboratory. Also, an autograph study showed that women with PTSD who had been through a lot of different kinds of trauma had longer sleep onset latency and slept less well than women without PTSD. This suggests that these women might have trouble getting to and staying asleep in their own beds... Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2684-4583.2022.5.177

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