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Sleep disturbances in traumatic brain injury: associations with sensory sensitivity

Research reports the high prevalence of sensory sensitivity in a cohort of Veterans in the chronic phase of recovery post-TBI. Those who reported greater sensory sensitivity also showed worse self-reported sleep disturbances, and a higher prevalence and severity of PTSD.


7. Sleep Disturbances in Traumatic Brain Injury Associations with Sensory Sensitivity
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