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(p. 113) Sleep Disturbances 

(p. 113) Sleep Disturbances
(p. 113) Sleep Disturbances

Kristi E. Pruiksma

, Daniel J. Taylor

, and Alan L. Peterson

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date: 25 November 2020

Sleep disorders are common in military personnel and veterans. There are a variety of sleep disorders that can present in isolation or in conjunction with mental health disorders or physical conditions. This chapter reviews the most widely researched and established sleep assessment procedures and describes the prevalence and treatment of a range of sleep disorders, including sleep disordered breathing, insomnia, and circadian rhythm sleep–wake disorders (i.e., delayed sleep phase type, advanced sleep phase type, and shift work type). Special considerations for active duty service members and veterans are also discussed. Resources are provided for those needing or desiring further background and training in behavioral sleep medicine.

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