Authors:Péter Simor, András Harsányi, Kata Csigó, Gergely Miklós, Alpár Sándor Lázár and Gyula Demeter
as depression, general anxiety disorder, panic disorder, or substance abuse ( LaSalle et al., 2004 ; Ruscio et al., 2010 ; Torres et al., 2006 ).
Although sleep disturbances are not among the core features of the disorder, studies suggest
The present paper gives a detailed analysis of the guidelines on sleeping practices as stipulated in Buddhist monastic disciplinary texts and in Chinese manuals. It shows how sleep is perceived in normative texts, both in India and in China, and how monastics should deal with their daily need for sleep. The analysis reveals a striking contrast between sleep as a relatively innocent time when one’s actions incur no guilt, and sleep as a potentially harmful time of the day, given its assocation with disrespect, inactivity and sexual practices, and given the fact that during one’s sleep one might unwillingly display one’s true nature, which for some monastics appears to be quite detrimental.
Authors:Nazir S. Hawi, Maya Samaha and Mark D. Griffiths
and negative impact of IGD ( Kim et al., 2016 ; Müller et al., 2015 ) including academic achievement, time spent gaming, money spent on gaming, sleep duration, and impact on job/education and other leisure activities. A number of studies have
, and bioscience have identified delayed recognition papers or conjuring ‘Sleeping Beauty’ from the fairy tale that go unnoticed (‘sleeps’) for a long time, and then, almost suddenly, attract a lot of attention (‘awakening’). The search for the classic
Authors:Csilla Zita Turányi, Nóra Pintér, Andrea Dunai and Márta Novák
Sleep-related breathing disorders in adults: recommendations for syndrome definition and measurement techniques in clinical research. The report of an American Academy of Sleep Medicine Task Force. Sleep, 1999, 22 (5), 667