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The anxiety and heartburn appears during day time when I go for a short sleep but never in night 

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The results confirm previous findings that apprehension of a difficult next day is associated with decreased amount of SWS, increased percentage of stage 2 sleep, bedtime state anxiety and subjectively poor sleep.

Symptomatic reflux during the sleep seems to be a marker of increased heartburn perception in this population.

Overall, heartburn during sleep may be associated with sleep complaints and excessive daytime sleepiness.

These results suggest that in older adults, symptoms of short sleep duration, daytime sleepiness and sleep disturbances are specific related to anxiety while the use of sleep medication is associated to depression.

Poor sleepers, particularly those with sleep onset insomnia symptoms, are vulnerable to short sleep and GAD anxiety and worry during chronic stress.

In a community-dwelling older population, not only insomnia or short sleep but also long sleep can be symptomatic of psychiatric disorders such as depression and anxiety disorders.

When compared with daytime GERD patients, night‐time GERD patients may suffer from sleep deprivation, which in turn leads to physical and emotional problems and a poor overall QOL.

Heartburn during sleep is very common in the general population.

Stress during the day predicts subsequent sleep quality on a day-to-day basis across 42 days.

The current study identified higher levels of dysfunctional sleep related thoughts and sleep inhibitory behaviors during the day and night as antecedents of insomnia, and higher levels of pain, fatigue, and hot flashes and lower levels of positive mood and dysfunctional sleep related thoughts as consequences of insomnia in this population.