Recent News Articles The Town That's Building Life Around Sleep Original Article By Julie Beck Most people are socialized not to sleep when their bodies naturally want to. A small town in Germany wants to change that. Bad Kissingen is a spa town. According to the town’s website, Bavarian [...]
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Recent News Articles Sleep Apnea Booming; New Treatments Offer Alternatives Original Article By Karen Weintraub, Special for USA Today Sleep apnea affects an estimated 5% to 10% of Americans and is undiagnosed in most of them. It can also lead to obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, strokes and [...]
Recent News Articles CPAP a Help for Migraine Sufferers? Original Article CPAP a Help for Migraine Sufferers? Source: European Neurological Society and Medscape Add migraine headaches to the list of ailments helped by CPAP. New research presented at the recent annual meeting of the European Neurological Society (ENS), showed [...]
Recent News Articles Sleep Apnea may Boost Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death Original Article Sleep Apnea May Boost Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death By Kathleen Doheny Study findings bolster suspected link between sleep disorder and heart-related death HealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, June 11 (HealthDay News) -- Sleep apnea raises [...]
Recent News Articles Insomnia May Triple Risk of Heart Failure Original Article Sweet Dreams By Michael J Breus, PhD There is an abundant -- and ever-growing -- body of evidence that indicates sleep plays an important role in cardiovascular health. Poor sleep is associated with a range of [...]
Recent News Articles Benign Snoring....How Benign is it? Original Article Sleep Diagnosis and Therapy Benign Snoring...How Benign is it? By John Viviano DDS Snoring is very prevalent in our society, and is considered by most to be simply a cosmetic nuisance. The position health coverage takes in denying [...]
Recent News Articles Bright Screens Could Delay Bedtime Original Article Scientific American Bright Screens Could Delay Bedtime. Using a tablet or computer in the late evening disrupts the body's melatonin production. By Stephani Sutherland If you have trouble sleeping, laptop or tablet use at bedtime might be to [...]
Recent News Articles Linked in Conversation The use of Provigil The AASM has issued the following statement on the use of the stimulant provigil: https://bit.ly/OuZdRZ. This statement is in response to an ABC Nightline segment about the use and abuse of Provigil as a "secret success drug" that [...]
Recent News Articles Early Alhzeimer's Associated with Sleep Early Alzheimer’s disease associated with too little or too much sleep. New research, from data collected in the Nurses’ Health Study, has found that very long or very short sleep durations over time may contribute to cognitive decline and changes [...]