Sleep Disorder - Trial to investigate new therapies for sleep apnea
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 Study finds dramatic increases in rates of insomnia, sleep apnea among US military membersStudy finds dramatic increases in rates of insomnia, sleep apnea among US military members
 
Insomnia and obstructive sleep apnea have increased dramatically among active-duty military members over a 14-year period, 2005 through 2019.
 
   Trial to investigate new therapies for sleep apneaTrial to investigate new therapies for sleep apnea
 
New trials at The University of Western Australia may offer hope to sufferers of sleep apnea who struggle to get a full night’s sleep without disruption.
 
   New clinical guidelines to manage insomnia with intensive behavioral therapyNew clinical guidelines to manage insomnia with intensive behavioral therapy
 
If insomnia keeps you awake at night, Flinders University researchers recommend a trip to the doctor - not for a sleeping pill prescription but for a short course of intensive behavioral therapy.
 
   Researchers perform cross-sectional analysis to understand the link between insomnia and anemiaResearchers perform cross-sectional analysis to understand the link between insomnia and anemia
 
A good night's sleep is essential for a healthy body and mind, for when we sleep is when the body resets, repairs, and refreshes itself. A lot of people, however, have trouble falling or staying asleep, a condition known as insomnia that affects up to 30% of the population.
 
   People with daytime sleepiness present shorter telomeres irrespective of whether they have obstructive sleep apneaPeople with daytime sleepiness present shorter telomeres irrespective of whether they have obstructive sleep apnea
 
According to a recent study, people who self-report daytime sleepiness have shorter telomeres irrespective of whether they have obstructive sleep apnea.