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Sleep and Mental Disorders
Since ancient times, the close connection between disturbed sleep and mental disorders has been well known. And yet, it was not until the middle of the 20th century that these connections could be studied in detail, after the EEG and REM sleep were discovered. Especially the study of the sleep EEG of depressed patients has brought to light alterations of SWS and REM sleep that could be of considerable clinical value, but at least in part still await broad confirmation. In the treatment ofdoi:10.1192/j.eurpsy.2022.41 fatcat:mi5mdqvkynhqdkfgij2kphvrpi