Qais Ismaeel KadhemDepartment of Family and Community Medicine, University of Babylon, Babylon, Iraq
Prevalence of Insomnia and Sleep Disorders in Al-Najaf Province Doctors.
Author(s): Esraa Sadiq Ameen* and Qais Ismaeel Kadhem
Introduction: Insomnia disorder affects a large proportion of the population on a situational, recurrent or chronic basis and is among the most common complaints in medical practice. Insomnia disorder is a condition characterized by both nocturnal and diurnal symptoms. The aim of this study was to evaluate prevalence of insomnia and quality of the sleep in doctors with different age groups and multiple grades of practitioners and specialties in Al-Najaf province doctors. Methods: This cross sectional study conducted from May to July in Al-Najaf province. Made by direct focused questions, asked by a list made with an online form sent privately for each doctor in order to cover all aspects of their personal data and insomnia patterns with other sleep disorders and associated products used like stimulants and hypnotic etc. the universities’ ethics committee approved the protocol. R.. Read More»