Faustin Armel Etindele Sosso
Most of cognitive disorders are masked by symptoms they have in common with many others human illnesses like influenza and headache. Prevention appears unavoidable and, monitoring their evolution may help to reduce incidence of major brains disorders. In this goal, an observational research was leaded in a call center sample, to evaluate the distribution and the evolution of cognitive impairments and mood disorders. Demographic and clinical data, insomnia and sleeps disorders, drugs usage associated with cognitive decline, gender, level of education, family medical history, depression and anxiety were collected. Correlation was found between time of work and cognitive decline, depression and time of work, sleep disorders and cognitive complaints.