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2012 IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine Workshops (2012)
Philadelphia, USA USA
Oct. 4, 2012 to Oct. 7, 2012
ISBN: 978-1-4673-2746-6
pp: 428-434
Zhaozhang Wei , Liwan hospital of Guangzhou Medical college, Guangzhou, China
Yan Li , Psychology and sleep Dept. Guangdong Provincial Hospital of TCM., Guangzhou, China
Peng Liu , New Drag R&D Center of Guangzhou University of traditional Chinese Medicine., Guangzhou, China
Aihua Ou , Psychology and sleep Dept. Guangdong Provincial Hospital of TCM., Guangzhou, China
Yan Xu , Psychology and sleep Dept. Guangdong Provincial Hospital of TCM., Guangzhou, China
Biyang Ou , Psychology and sleep Dept. Guangdong Provincial Hospital of TCM., Guangzhou, China
Ruiyu Xu , Psychology and sleep Dept. Guangdong Provincial Hospital of TCM., Guangzhou, China
Biyun Xu , Psychology and sleep Dept. Guangdong Provincial Hospital of TCM., Guangzhou, China
Liang Zeng , Psychology and sleep Dept. Guangdong Provincial Hospital of TCM., Guangzhou, China
Runru Mai , Psychology and sleep Dept. Guangdong Provincial Hospital of TCM., Guangzhou, China
Jianbin Chen , Psychology and sleep Dept. Guangdong Provincial Hospital of TCM., Guangzhou, China
Wen Zhou , Psychology and sleep Dept. Guangdong Provincial Hospital of TCM., Guangzhou, China
Huimei Zeng , Psychology and sleep Dept. Guangdong Provincial Hospital of TCM., Guangzhou, China
Jiale Zeng , Psychology and sleep Dept. Guangdong Provincial Hospital of TCM., Guangzhou, China
ABSTRACT
Objective: To evaluate the emotion and quality of life on mild to moderate insomnia intervened by Chinese Medicine in the integrated program. Methods: Patients (18 to 56 years old) with mild to moderate insomnia from the Five National Center were randomly divided into two groups according to the central. Experimental group: sleep hygiene instruction + balance acupuncture+ Chinese herbal drug; control group: sleep hygiene instruction + minor acupuncture + placebo capsules. SAS, SDS, and WHOQOL-BREF were assessed separately after different stages of treatment and follow-up. Results: (1) Emotion: In the 29th day of treatment, SAS scores of the experimental group was better than the control group (P <0.05). Between the two groups, in addition to follow-up period, SDS scores of other time points were not statistically significant (P> 0.05). (2) Quality of life: In the 29th day of treatment, the physical domain score of the experimental group was better than the control group (P <0.05). And at different periods, the quality of life scores improved in other domain and the total scores of the experimental group, were better than the control group (P <0.05). Conclusion: For patients with mild to moderate insomnia, sleep hygiene education combined with Balance Acupuncture, Bupleurum chinense, fossil fragment, and shellfish decoction can improve emotion and quality of life. It is rare at home and abroad for patients with mild to moderate insomnia, also is rare to combine with sleep hygiene education and balance acupuncture.
INDEX TERMS
quality of life, mild to moderate insomnia, Chinese medicine, randomized, emotion
CITATION

Y. Li et al., "A randomized controlled study of emotion and quality of life on mild to moderate insomnia intervened by Chinese Medicine in integrated program," 2012 IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine Workshops(BIBMW), Philadelphia, USA USA, 2012, pp. 428-434.
doi:10.1109/BIBMW.2012.6470354
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