Articles Published in 2016 - December
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Posted 9 December 2016 in JOTS Highlights, Clinical Issues and Treatment by Ihori Kobayashi, PhD & Thomas Mellman, MD
People often say “sleep on it” before making an important decision anticipating that sleep will help them sort through their thoughts and memories, add perspective, thereby leading to a better decision. Can this conventional wisdom be applied to treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)? We addressed this question with a novel approach.
Posted 9 December 2016 in JOTS Highlights, Clinical Issues and Treatment by Janeese Brownlow, PhD & Richard Ross, MD, PhD
Disturbed sleep is a core feature of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Sleep disturbances, in the form of chronic insomnia and recurrent nightmares, are a frequent residual complaint after successful PTSD treatment.
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