subjective insomnia

sub·jec·tive in·som·ni·a

a condition characterized by the subjective experience of greatly reduced sleep, in the context of relatively normal physiologic measures of sleep.
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(2013) determined objective insomnia prevalence as 32%, subjective insomnia prevalence as 45% and the subjective prevalence of insomnia according to DSM-4 as 15%.
Questionnaires were used to assess subjective insomnia symptoms, changes in perceived control over sleep, and mood disturbances.
CBT also produced greater improvements in sleep efficiency and improved subjective insomnia symptoms.
Characteristics of subjective insomnia in the elderly living at home.
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