Sleep Disorder - New algorithm can improve diagnosis, treatment of sleep disorders
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  The latest sleep disorder news from News Medical  
 Insight into the impact of physical activity on sleepInsight into the impact of physical activity on sleep
 
In this interview, News-Medical speaks to Professor Emmanuel Stamatakis about the health problems linked to poor sleep.
 
   New algorithm can improve diagnosis, treatment of sleep disordersNew algorithm can improve diagnosis, treatment of sleep disorders
 
An algorithm based on 20,000 nights of sleep that can improve the diagnosis, treatment and our overall understanding of sleep disorders has been developed at the University of Copenhagen.
 
   Sleep and MenopauseSleep and Menopause
 
Sleep disturbances, mood disorders, urogenital symptoms, altered sexual function, and fatigue are some of the major symptoms associated with menopause.
 
 Persistent childhood insomnia symptoms linked with risk of internalizing disorders in adulthood
 
Persistent childhood insomnia symptoms linked with risk of internalizing disorders in adulthoodA 15-year longitudinal study shows that childhood insomnia symptoms that persist into adulthood are strong determinants of mood and anxiety disorders in young adults.
 
 
 Mindfulness-based therapy could be a viable treatment for insomnia
 
Mindfulness-based therapy could be a viable treatment for insomniaSleep problems are common in the general population with up to half of Singaporean adults reporting insufficient or unsatisfying sleep. Sleep quality tends to worsen with age and poor sleep is a modifiable risk factor for multiple disorders, including cardiovascular disease and cognitive impairment.
 
 
 Research reveals how autonomic nervous system influences deep sleep in sleepwalkers
 
Research reveals how autonomic nervous system influences deep sleep in sleepwalkersSomnambulism - otherwise known as sleepwalking - is a phenomenon which has fascinated the public and neurologists for decades, but a lot of what causes it remains a mystery.