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>Revistas >Archivos de Neurociencias >Año 2009, No. 4


Reyes LA, Lemus CA, Manterola CO, Ramírez BJ
Repercusiones médicas, sociales y económicas del insomnio
Arch Neurocien 2009; 14 (4)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 70
Paginas: 266-272
Archivo PDF: 138.89 Kb.


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RESUMEN

El insomnio se presenta prácticamente en todos los grupos de edad, pero a medida que avanza la edad se hace más presente. Las estimaciones sobre prevalencia de insomnio publicadas varían de manera considerable en función de las distintas definiciones utilizadas. Se han encontrado asociaciones estadísticamente significativas entre insomnio y una gran cantidad deenfermedades somáticas y mentales, existe polémica con respecto a la relación causal entre insomnio y depresión. Los costos indirectos del insomnio superan por mucho a los costos médicos directos, pero al igual que ocurre con la prevalencia, las estimaciones también adolecen de problemas metodológicos que las hacen controversiales. El impacto del insomnio en el ámbito laboral es importante, mientras que las opciones terapéuticas más efectivas pueden combinarse para obtener mejores resultados.


Palabras clave: insomnio, costos indirectos y directos, impacto económico, repercusiones médicas.


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