This study aims to undertake the first critical review of self-care use among adults with sleep disturbances by focusing on the prevalence of self-care—the self-determined and self-administered use of products or practices—by adults with sleep disturbances.
Meredith, S., Frawley, J., Sibbritt, D., & Adams, J. (2020). A critical review of self-care for sleep disturbances: Prevalence, profile, motivation, perceived effectiveness and medical provider communication. Sleep, Science and Practice, 4, . https://doi.org/10.1186/s41606-019-0039-1