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Nocturnal Enuresis and Sleep
A “higher arousal” during sleep is the corner stone of the understanding of the pathophysiology of bedwetting. A correlation has also been found between nocturnal urine production and breathing disorders during sleep, such as obstructive sleep apnea. This section contains articles dealing with studies during sleep and quality of sleep.
Primary nocturnal enuresis as a risk factor for sleep disorders: an observational questionnaire-based multicenter study
By M. Esposito, B. Gallai, L. Parisi, M. Roccella, R. Marotta, S.M. Lavano, G. Mazzotta, and M. Carotenuto.Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment, Volume 9, 2013, Pages 437-443
There is “something” between sleep and bedwetting, but we are still in the search for what kind of...
By A. Bascom, T. Penney, M. Metcalfe, A. Knox, M. Witmans, T. Uweira and P.D. Metcalfe.Journal of Urology, Volume 186, Issue 4 SUPPL., October 2011, Pages 1710-171
Quantifying subjective assessment of sleep quality, quality of life and depressed mood in children with enuresis
By O. Üçer, and B. Gümüş.World Journal of Urology, Volume 32, Issue 1, February 2014, Pages 239-243
The aim of this study was to study the eventual difference in sleep quality, quality of life, and...
By T. Nevéus, L. Leissner, S. Rudblad, and F. Bazargani.Acta Paediatrica, International Journal of Paediatrics, Volume 103, Issue 3, March 2014, Pages 300-304
Sleep disturbances and respiratory problems are a known association. Sleep disturbances and nocturnal enuresis are a suspected...
Jonathan Kushnir, Vered Cohen-Zrubavel, Baruch Kushnir
Sleep Medicine, volume 10, issue 14, pages 1013 - 1016
This is a very interesting study looking at the sleep pattern of children with nocturnal enuresis wearing...