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relationship between poor sleep quality and physical health symptoms Sleep is essential not only for work but also for living ( Duran, Matter, Bravo, Moreno, & Reyes, 2014 ; Galambos, Vargas Lascano, Howard, & Maggs, 2013 ; Magnavita & Garbarino

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References Adams , S. K. & Kisler , T. S. ( 2013 ). Sleep quality as a mediator between technology-related sleep quality, depression, and anxiety . Cyberpsychology

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Introduction Several studies have reported that physical activity has a small to moderate sleep-improving effect [ 1 – 3 ], and it has a significant, large, positive effect on subjective sleep quality [ 4 , 5 ]. Furthermore

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., Nagelkerken, L., Petri, H., Springer, M. P. (2002): Subjective sleep quality and depressive symptoms in patients with the chronic fatigue syndrome. Journal of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, 10 (2): 19—28.  Jafarian, S., Gorouhi, F

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Authors: Péter Simor, András Harsányi, Kata Csigó, Gergely Miklós, Alpár Sándor Lázár and Gyula Demeter

.70. Within 5 days of admission, prior to commencing the treatment, patients completed on a voluntary basis, a questionnaire-battery consisting of scales that measure sleep quality, chronotype, and mental health indices (see below). The data of three OCD

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Authors: L. Franco, R. Bravo, C. Galán, A.B. Rodríguez, C. Barriga and Javier Cubero

Hsu Wen, Chiu Nan, Liu Jui, Wang Chieh, Chang Ting, Laido Yi, Kuo Pei: Sleep quality in heroin addicts under methadone manintence treatment. Acta Neuropsychiatr. 24, 356–360 (2012) Kuo P. Sleep quality in heroin addicts

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Authors: Javad Amini Saman, Ali Valinejadi, Saeed Mohammadi, Hassanali Karimpor, Maryam Mirzaei and Rasool Kawyannejad

studies have reported poor sleep quality of students who have overused the virtual networks, due to the importance of this issue and the prevalent use of cell phone and social networks among different people, especially among students, and also considering

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23 177 183 Semiz, U. B., Basoglu, C., Ebrinc, S., et al.: Nightmare disorder, dream anxiety, and subjective sleep quality in patients

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., 1999, 23 (3), 159–167. 3 Lee, C. Y., Chen, H. C., Meg Tseng, M. C., et al.: The relationships among sleep quality and chronotype, emotional disturbance, and

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Authors: Katalin Fusz, Annamária Pakai, Zsuzsanna Kívés, Szilvia Szunomár, Annamária Regős and András Oláh

Lee, C. Y., Chen, H. C., Meg Tseng, M. C., et al.: The relationships among sleep quality and chronotype, emotional disturbance, and insomnia vulnerability in shift nurses. J. Nurs. Res., 2015

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