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Anxiety Disorder Research
As most of mental disorders are accompanied with sleep disturbances, sleep may be robustly associated with mental disorders including panic disorder (PD). Clinical experiences suggest that in the study of the association, habits of sleep, not only its disturbance may be essential to investigate. We, therefore, examined the relationship between sleep habits and mental health status (GHQ-12 score) in PD patients, using a self-reported questionnaire. We also examined a small number of socialdoi:10.14389/adr.6.17 fatcat:64j3sucjtjf45a3zyxd5odsvte