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Vol 1, No 2 (2004)
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Published online: 2004-06-16
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Night eathing syndrome - prevalence, diagnosis, therapy

Katarzyna Jakuszkowiak, Wiesław Jerzy Cubała
Psychiatria 2004;1(2):107-111.

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Vol 1, No 2 (2004)
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Published online: 2004-06-16

Abstract

The prevalence of sleep-related eating disorders in the general population may be as high as 1.5% and in obese individuals the sleep-related eating disorders may affect 9–60% of those. Night eating syndrome (NES) and sleep- -related eating disorder (SRED) are related to both sleep and eating disorders. The authors’ intention was to emphasise the abundance of those phenomena and briefly present their biological basis and therapy.

Abstract

The prevalence of sleep-related eating disorders in the general population may be as high as 1.5% and in obese individuals the sleep-related eating disorders may affect 9–60% of those. Night eating syndrome (NES) and sleep- -related eating disorder (SRED) are related to both sleep and eating disorders. The authors’ intention was to emphasise the abundance of those phenomena and briefly present their biological basis and therapy.
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Keywords

night eating syndrome (NES); sleep-related eating disorder (SRED); sleep disorder; eating disorder

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Title

Night eathing syndrome - prevalence, diagnosis, therapy

Journal

Psychiatria (Psychiatry)

Issue

Vol 1, No 2 (2004)

Article type

Review paper

Pages

107-111

Published online

2004-06-16

Bibliographic record

Psychiatria 2004;1(2):107-111.

Keywords

night eating syndrome (NES)
sleep-related eating disorder (SRED)
sleep disorder
eating disorder

Authors

Katarzyna Jakuszkowiak
Wiesław Jerzy Cubała

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