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Table 1 Demographic and clinical characteristics of the participants

From: Sleep quality improves during treatment with repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) in patients with cocaine use disorder: a retrospective observational study

VariablesAll (n = 87)
Age (years)37.67 (7.53)
Gender (female/male)2/85
Education (years)12.51 (3.2)
Age at first experience (years)20.55 (5.65)
Age at addiction (years)28.62 (8.8)
Cocaine use 30 days before baseline (n. of days; %)19.17 (11.45)
Daily47%
Weekly33%
Monthly20%
rTMS sessions number29.17 (6.34)
PSQI score ≥ 5 at baseline [%]88.5
CCQ score at baseline12.66 (10.93)
BDI-II score at baseline18.98 (9.91)
SAS score at baseline47.93 (10.01)
GSI score at baseline65.91 (16.53)
  1. Data are presented as mean (standard deviation), unless otherwise specified. BDI-II Beck Depression Inventory-II; CCQ Cocaine Craving Questionnaire; GSI Global Severity Index of the Symptoms checklist 90 - Revised; PSQI Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index; rTMS repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation; SAS Self-rating Anxiety Scale