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September 19, 2022
High CPAP adherence also resulted in a significant protective effect on the 30-day readmission for beneficiaries with heart failure.
September 16, 2022
New data, alongside any future research operating from a family systems approach can provide novel insight into sleep, mental health, and attachments.
New findings illuminate the need for clinicians to address sleep issues for patients with autism.
September 15, 2022
Dr. Sara Mednick's pursuit to understand how to improve intelligence led her to an extensive career of studying the various mechanisms of sleep.
September 14, 2022
Due to the lack of a standard set of ‘good sleep’ criteria, a questionnaire was developed to help gauge criteria for sleep health.
The effect of sleep health on disease prevention may have a profound impact on women when it comes to systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE).
Individuals were more likely to communicate about sleep during depressed mood episodes.
September 13, 2022
Individuals who reported three cumulative insomnia symptoms of DIS, DSM and NRS had 40% increased risk of future bloodstream infection.
September 07, 2022
According to recent research, there’s no association between insomnia and vitamin D deficiency, although, insomnia did correlate with abnormal anxiety and depression scores among university students.
August 28, 2022
The cohort study is the first to report developmental cascades between disturbed sleep and depressive symptoms throughout childhood and early adolescence.
Investigators Look at How ADHD, ODD Dimensions Relate to Impulsivity
Daridorexant Provides Positive Phase 3 Results in Adults with Insomnia
Pandemic-Trauma Stress Symptoms: Nightmares Significantly Increased Among Adults