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수면정신생리(Sleep Medicine and Psychophysiology)

  • 발행기관 : 대한수면의학회(The Korean Academy of Sleep Medicine)
  • 출처구분 : 학회
  • 간행물유형 : 학술저널
  • 발행주기 : 연 2회간 (발행월:6,12)
  • Print ISSN : 1225-7354
  • Online ISSN : 2713-8631
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불면증의 비약물학적 치료 대안
불면증의 비약물학적 치료 대안
윤호경(Ho-Kyoung Yoon)
대한수면의학회 / 수면정신생리 제28권 제1호 / 2021 / 1-1 (1 pages)
의약학>정신과학 / KDC : 기술과학 > 의학 / KCI : 의약학 > 정신과학
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불면증 치료법으로서의 뉴로모듈레이션
불면증 치료법으로서의 뉴로모듈레이션
윤호경(Ho-Kyoung Yoon)
대한수면의학회 / 수면정신생리 제28권 제1호 / 2021 / 2-5 (4 pages)
의약학>정신과학 / KDC : 기술과학 > 의학 / KCI : 의약학 > 정신과학
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Hyperarousal or increased brain excitability is thought to play a key role in the pathophysiology of insomnia. Neuromodulation techniques are emergent complementary therapies for insomnia and can improve sleep by modulating cortical excitability. A growing body of literature support the idea that neuromodulation can be effective in improving sleep or treating insomnia. Recent evidence has revealed that neuromodulation methods can improve objective and subjective sleep measures in individuals with insomnia, although effects vary according to protocol. Different mechanisms of action might explain the relative efficacy of neuromodulation techniques on sleep outcomes. Further research testing different stimulation parameters, replicating existing protocols, and adding standardized sleep-related outcomes could provide further evidence on the clinical utility of neuromodulation techniques.
불면증 디지털 치료제의 임상 적용
불면증 디지털 치료제의 임상 적용
조철현(Chul-Hyun Cho)
대한수면의학회 / 수면정신생리 제28권 제1호 / 2021 / 6-12 (7 pages)
의약학>정신과학 / KDC : 기술과학 > 의학 / KCI : 의약학 > 정신과학
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Insomnia is one of the most common sleep disorders experienced by modern people, and treatment is often not adequate due to various limitations. Digital therapeutics for insomnia are expected to play a revolutionary role in supplementing and satisfying unmet needs in real-world clinical treatment. Digital therapeutics for insomnia were developed based on cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia, which is the first standard treatment for insomnia. The effectiveness of digital therapeutics for insomnia developed by several companies has been proven through well-designed clinical research. Various approaches have been used for practical application of digital therapeutics for insomnia. Thus far, meaningful results have been drawn, but there are areas that need to be improved upon based on real-world evidence. Sleep researchers need to validate the safe and effective application of digital therapeutics for the treatment of insomnia.
마음챙김명상과 불면증
마음챙김명상과 불면증
이화영(Hwa-Young Lee)
대한수면의학회 / 수면정신생리 제28권 제1호 / 2021 / 13-17 (5 pages)
의약학>정신과학 / KDC : 기술과학 > 의학 / KCI : 의약학 > 정신과학
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Sleep disturbance is a common health complaint affecting an estimated 10-25% of the general population. Pharmacotherapy is a traditional treatment and cognitive behavioral therapy is well demonstrated as an efficacious treatment for insomnia. There is a growing interest in the effectiveness of mindfulness meditation for sleep disturbed populations. Mindfulness involves focused, purposeful, nonjudgmental attention to a particular idea. In clinical application of mindfulness practice, mindfulnessbased stress reduction and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy are used widely. Clinical trials support the effectiveness of meditation for the treatment of insomnia. The aim of this article is to review the effect of mindfulness meditation on insomnia.
수면장애에서 나타나는 뇌 대사물질의 변화
수면장애에서 나타나는 뇌 대사물질의 변화
홍혜진(Haejin Hong);이향원(Hyangwon Lee);윤수정(Sujung Yoon);김정윤(Jungyoon Kim)
대한수면의학회 / 수면정신생리 제28권 제1호 / 2021 / 18-26 (9 pages)
의약학>정신과학 / KDC : 기술과학 > 의학 / KCI : 의약학 > 정신과학
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Sleep is essential to brain function and mental health. Insomnia and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) are the two most common sleep disorders, and are major public health concerns. Proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy (1H-MRS) is a non-invasive method of quantifying neurometabolite concentrations. Therefore, 1H-MRS studies on individuals with sleep disorders may enhance our understanding of the pathophysiology of these disorders. In this article, we reviewed 1H-MRS studies in insomnia and OSA that reported changes in neurometabolite concentrations. Previous studies have consistently reported insomnia-related reductions in γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA) levels in the frontal and occipital regions, which suggest that changes in GABA are important to the etiology of insomnia. These results may support the hyperarousal theory that insomnia is associated with increased cognitive and physiological arousal. In addition, the severity of insomnia was associated with low glutamate and glutamine levels. Previous studies of OSA have consistently reported reduced N-acetylaspartate (NAA) levels in the frontal, parietooccipital, and temporal regions. In addition, OSA was associated with increased myo-inositol levels. These results may provide evidence that intermittent hypoxia induced by OSA may result in neuronal damage in the brain, which can be related to neurocognitive dysfunction in patients with OSA. The current review summarizes findings related to neurochemical changes in insomnia and OSA. Future well-designed studies using 1H-MRS have the potential to enhance our understanding of the pathophysiology of sleep disorders including insomnia and OSA.
야간 조명 하 안대와 소등의 수면에 대한 효과 비교
야간 조명 하 안대와 소등의 수면에 대한 효과 비교
신주용(Juyong Shin);임경옥(Kyoung-Ok Lim);조성남(Seongnam Cho);장소영(Soyeong Jang);차승민(Seung-Min Cha);한송이(Songyi Han);김무진(Moojin Kim)
대한수면의학회 / 수면정신생리 제28권 제1호 / 2021 / 27-33 (7 pages)
의약학>정신과학 / KDC : 기술과학 > 의학 / KCI : 의약학 > 정신과학
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Objectives: The purpose of this study is to investigate the difference in the effects of eye-mask and light-off on sleep status according to a commercial fitness tracker and a sleep diary of psychiatric in-patients in correctional facilities where nocturnal light is compulsory. Methods: This study was conducted over 3 consecutive nights. In-patients of the National Forensic Psychiatric Hospital (n = 29) were assigned random subject numbers and slept as usual in the light-on condition on the first night. The subjects slept with eye-masks in the light-on condition on another night and without an eye-mask in the light-off condition on the other night. Subjects were asked to sleep wearing a commercial fitness tracker and to keep a sleep diary. The order of these changes in bedroom lighting condition on the second and third nights was assigned randomly to participants. Results: In comparison of the sleep variables between the light-on condition and the eye-mask condition, the Wakefullness After Sleep Onset (WASO) was shorter and sleep satisfaction was higher in the latter.(respectively, Z = 3.66, p < 0.017 ; Z = 2.69, p < 0.017) In comparison of the sleep variables between the light-on and light-off conditions, the WASO was shorter and sleep efficiency and sleep satisfaction were higher in the latter (respectively, Z = 2.40, p < 0.017 ; Z = 3.02, p < 0.017 ; Z = 3.88, p < 0.017). However, there were no differences in the sleep variables between the eye-mask condition and the light-off condition. Conclusion: Subjective improvements in sleep variables were noted in sleep diaries of institutionalized psychiatric patients under either the ‘eye-mask’ or ‘light-off’ condition. However, there were no significant differences between the ‘eye-mask’ and ‘light-off’ conditions. Therefore, we suggest that psychiatric patients in correctional facilities use eye-masks when sleeping.
전업주부의 양육 부담과 우울감이 수면의 질에 미치는 영향
전업주부의 양육 부담과 우울감이 수면의 질에 미치는 영향
전민정(Min-Jeong Jeon);정나래(Na-Rae Jeong);황태영(Tae-Young Hwang)
대한수면의학회 / 수면정신생리 제28권 제1호 / 2021 / 34-42 (9 pages)
의약학>정신과학 / KDC : 기술과학 > 의학 / KCI : 의약학 > 정신과학
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Objectives: This study investigated sleep quality in female full-time homemakers and evaluated the relationship of sleep disturbance with psychological and socio-environmental factors. Methods: This cross-sectional study adopted a structured survey and sequential recruitment method for randomized participation of community-dwelling full-time female homemakers. Sleep quality and mental health were measured using the Korean version of the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (K-PSQI), Korean version of the Beck Depression Inventory-II (K-BDI-II), Korean version of the Beck Anxiety Inventory (K-BAI), and Korean version of the Beck Hopelessness Scale (K-BHS). The willingness- to-pay (WTP) method was selected to measure the self-evaluated monetary value of household service work. The relationship among the main relevant factors was statistically analyzed through a mediation model. Results: A total of 166 participants were analyzed and classified having poor versus good sleep quality (poor : 24.1%, n = 40 ; good : 75.9%, n = 126 ; cut-off point = 9 on the K-PSQI). Significant between-group differences were observed in mental health status (K-BDI-II, p < 0.001 ; K-BAI, p < 0.001 ; K-BHS, p = 0.003). The moderated mediation model was verified, indicating that depression may mediate the association between nurturing burden and sleep disturbance. The path from nurturing burden to depression may be moderated by average monthly household income. Conclusion: A relatively high portion of full-time female homemakers may suffer from sleep disturbance and interactions between psychological and socio-environmental factors might determine sleep quality, suggesting the need for public health policies targeting improvement of sleep quality and mental health among full-time homemakers.