Sleep it off: What you can and can't learn from sleep tracking ...
5/17/2017 Most wearables can track sleep, but will you learn anything useful from them?
Why Women Are Twice as Likely to Suffer From Insomnia
5/17/2017 Babson, formerly the principal investigator at the Veterans Administration's National Center for PTSD, now conducts clinical research on sleep disorders for Jazz Pharmaceuticals. She stresses the importance of identifying “comorbid conditions,” or the ...
A Substance That Stops Narcoleptic Mice From Falling Asleep
5/17/2017 Narcolepsy is characterized by excessive daytime sleepiness (sleep attacks), sudden loss of muscle tone often triggered by emotion (called cataplexy), vivid hallucinations and sleep paralysis, and frequent disruption of night-time sleep. Only ...
Your Healthy Family: Benefits of an in-lab sleep test
5/17/2017 Dr. Cairns also emphasized to me that the results of a home sleep test from a dentist is a very accurate look at what's happening when you sleep, but it's not an official medical diagnosis of a sleep disorder. When there are indications from a home ...
Eversleep: wake up refreshed with this 5 in 1 sleep tracker
5/17/2017 The coaching feature extends to differentiating between sleep problems and giving you specific tips to improve those factors.
4 Gadgets That Will Help You Sleep At Night
5/17/2017 A lack of sufficient sleep can wreak havoc on a person's mind and body. It's been linked to everything from diabetes to depression.
Paediatric sleep apnoea still undiagnosed | GulfNews.com
5/17/2017 Sleep disorder affects growth and development but many physicians and parents are still unaware the condition afflicts children.
Trouble breathing at night while on pain medication
5/17/2017 Usually, sleepiness from chronic opioid use resolves in a few weeks. However, a form of sleep apnea called central sleep apnea occurs in up to 50 percent of patients on chronic opioids. In this form of the disorder, the individual has frequent episodes ...
Research shows insomnia and sleep apnea rates are on the rise in the military
5/17/2017 “Problems with insomnia in the military is well-known, but we had no idea that sleep apnea had increased so dramatically,” Lieberman said.
In military and can't sleep? You are not alone
5/17/2017 “Sleep disorders are a serious problem that interferes with the ability of soldiers to do their jobs effectively,” senior study author Harris Lieberman of the U.S.