Women in CBT group had greater reductions in insomnia severity, were likely to have remission
Short sleep duration is associated with daytime sleepiness, while obstructive sleep apnea is associated with obesity, hypertension, and dyslipidemia.
In addition to known predictors of apnea, diabetes-related foot disease, insulin treatment up risk.
Estimated 0.049 elevation seen in the entorhinal cortex tau standardized uptake value ratio.
Gestational insomnia is associated with anxiety symptoms, both during pregnancy and after childbirth.
Acupuncture resulted in a significant improvement in sleep measures for veterans with mild traumatic brain injuries, disturbed sleep, and posttraumatic stress disorder.
More children with autism spectrum disorder have sleep problems compared with peers.
Maternal sleep patterns have been overlooked as indicators of maternal, newborn health.
Odds of sleep apnea increase with increase in nitrogen dioxide exposure, PM2.5 exposure.
Poor-quality sleep in later life could be a noninvasive marker for deteriorating brain health.
Nighttime room entries reduced in unit where nurses received coaching, integrated SIESTA.
In the Phase 3 JET8 study (N=318), patients underwent a circadian challenge of 8 hours in advance to their usual bedtime.
The comorbid presence of central apnea has been identified by multiple researchers as predictive of SUDEP.
Women who undergo surgical menopause have significantly worse sleep quality than those who experience natural menopause.
Monitoring mandibular movement reflects efficacy of oral appliance therapy in obstructive sleep apnea.
Benefits include better functional health, sleep-related quality of life, psychological well-being.
Short sleep duration linked to reduced risk for black men; risk up for white men with long sleep duration.
Light treatments successfully corrected abnormal timing of melatonin circadian rhythms in perimenopausal women with depression and improved mood and sleep within 2 weeks.
Although literature indicates bidirectional associations between sleep disturbances and pain, few longitudinal studies have examined the role of sleep disturbances in contributing to chronic pain.
The majority of patients with cancer who are being treated with World Health Organization Step III opioids were found to experience poor sleep quality, often due to pain.