The primary outcomes of the study were whether or not the average change in dyspepsia scores in mFSSG had improved by 40% by administration of sleep aids, and whether the scores in mFSSG were significantly decreased by administration of sleep aids. The secondary outcomes were changes in other gastrointestinal symptoms, quality of life and depression mode. In addition, presence and improvement of sleep disturbance were confirmed by three kinds of validated questionnaires. It is known that many patients with FD have also other functional diseases, such as IBS or chronic constipation. Therefore, changes in other GI symptoms, such as constipation or diarrhea, were also evaluated.

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