SCIENTIFIC LITERATURE

CLINICAL PRACTICE GUIDELINES/POSITION PAPERS ABOUT NIGHTMARE TREATMENT

2017 VA/DoD Guidelines on the treatment of PTSD and Acute Stress Disorder.
“VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guideline for the Management of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Acute Stress Disorder”
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2018 Position Paper on Nightmare Treatment by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
“Position Paper for the Treatment of Nightmare Disorder in Adults: An American Academy of Sleep Medicine Position Paper”
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NIGHTMARES AND UNDER-RECOGNIZED AND UNDER-TREATED

31.2% of active-duty members that presented at a military sleep clinic had at least weekly nightmares with sleep disturbances, but only 3.9% complained about nightmares at the time of their visit.

"Nightmares in United States Military Personnel With Sleep Disturbances"

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60% of patients with recurrent nightmares do not discuss it with their health care providers.

"Nightmares: Under-Reported, Undetected, and Therefore Untreated"

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THE IMPACT OF NIGHTMARES

Frequent nightmares increase the risk of suicide attempts.
“Persistent nightmares are associated with repeat suicide attempt: a prospective study”
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Frequent nightmares have effects on daytime function.
“Prevalence and correlates of frequent nightmares: a community-based 2-phase study”
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Nightmares decrease several measures of well-being.
“Nightmares and bad dreams: their prevalence and relationship to well-being”
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Nightmares are significantly associated with psychiatric disorders.
“Nightmares: familial aggregation and association with psychiatric disorders in a nationwide twin cohort”
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Nightmares are associated with disrupted sleep and insomnia.
“Prevalence of nightmares and their relationship to psychopathology and daytime functioning in insomnia subjects”
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