More than half of American women (60%) say they only get a good night's sleep a few nights per week or less and 67% say they frequently experience a sleep problem. Additionally, 43% say that daytime sleepiness interferes with their daily activities, according to a new poll released today by the National Sleep Foundation. Women's lack of sleep affects virtually every aspect of their time-pressed lives, leaving them late for work, stressed out, too tired for sex and little time for their friends.
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All manufacturers of sedative hypnotic drug products, a class of drugs used to induce and or maintain sleep, strengthen their product labeling to include stronger language concerning potential risks.
The new sleep lab will offer sleep studies and consultations by Charles Bae, M.D., a Board Certified Sleep Neurologist at the Cleveland Clinic Willoughby Hills Family Health Center. \n
Treating obstructive sleep apnea with continuous positive airway pressure appears to reduce the incidence of clinically obvious stroke.
children with sleep disorders can face similar risks of intellectual impairment.
We'll be losing one hour of sleep as we spring forward for Daylight Savings Time.
This coming Sunday morning, a lot of brains will be thrown out of whack, as the clocks shift forward by an hour in the earliest-ever return to Daylight Saving Time.
If you are sleep deprived, take a nap. Napping makes you feel better by improving your mood.
Elementary school aged children say they have sleep difficulties much more often than their parents report sleeping problems.
Patients undergoing surgery to correct sleep apnea are more likely to have complications if their condition is severe.
Effects of new sleep medication appear unlikely to have potential for abuse or cognitive impairment.
Individual sleep cycle is profoundly effected by the amount of light exposure.
Many women with obstructive sleep apnea symptoms delaying diagnosis and treatment, postponing their ability to sleep better and creating a burden on our healthcare system.
Behavioral treatments are an effective means for resolving a child's sleeping bedtime problems and night wakings.
Sleep is an integral part of health, and assessment of sleep habits should be a standard part of medical care.
All sleep disorders and complaints, including insomnia, waking up during the night, snoring and feeling fatigued when awakening, were more common in those with allergic rhinitis, who also slept fewer hours, took longer to fall asleep and more often felt sleepy during the day.
Individuals who have sleep related breathing disorder appear significantly more likely to develop depression.
Approximately 10 to 34 percent of Americans regularly experience difficulty sleeping, also known as insomnia. CAM therapies are not proven for insomnia treatment.
Of those with insomnia or trouble sleeping, 4.5 percent used some form of complementary and alternative medicine for their sleeping disorder treatment.