‘Ecstasy’ and the use of sleep medications in a general community sample: a four-year follow-up
Aims: Animal models show that a single dose of MDMA (‘ecstasy’) can result in long-term disruption of sleep. We evaluated the relationship between ecstasy consumption and the use of sleep medications in humans after controlling for key factors. Design: The Personality and Total Health Through Life project uses a longitudinal cohort with follow-up every four years. This study reports data from waves two and three. Setting: Participants were recruited from the electoral roll in the Australian...[Show more]
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|Source:||Addiction 108.9 (2013): 1640-1648|
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