Study reveals that 64% of pregnant women suffer from insomnia in the third trimester
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  February 5, 2018  
  Sleep Disorder  
  The latest sleep disorder news from News Medical  
 COPD and Sleep ApneaCOPD and Sleep Apnea
 
This article describes a condition called overlap syndrome, where patients exhibit symptoms of both COPD and sleep apnea.
 
   Study reveals 64% of women experience insomnia in the third trimester of pregnancyStudy reveals 64% of women experience insomnia in the third trimester of pregnancy
 
A new study conducted by the Andalusian Health Service (SAS) at the University of Granada and researchers from the University of Jaen found that 64% of pregnant women experience insomnia during their third trimester of pregnancy.
 
   WSU researchers to test novel sleep measurement technology in insomniacsWSU researchers to test novel sleep measurement technology in insomniacs
 
If you spend your nights staring at the bedroom ceiling, you're not alone. About a quarter of U.S. adults suffer from insomnia, which significantly impacts their quality of life.
 
 Inadequate oxygen levels during sleep increase risk of developing Alzheimer's disease
 
Inadequate oxygen levels during sleep increase risk of developing Alzheimer's diseaseInadequate oxygen levels during sleep can damage the brain and increase the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease, University of Queensland researchers have found.
 
 
 Inhaled carbon dioxide triggers group of neurons responsible for arousal
 
Inhaled carbon dioxide triggers group of neurons responsible for arousalBreathing too much carbon dioxide can be deadly, but it can happen during sleep if a particular sleeping position causes an obstructed airway or because of a medical condition like sleep apnea.
 
 
 Interrupted sleep could be an early sign of Alzheimer’s disease, finds new study
 
Interrupted sleep could be an early sign of Alzheimer’s disease, finds new studyDisrupted circadian rhythm patterns could be an early sign of Alzheimer's disease, finds new study.
 
 
 Circadian rhythm disruptions occur much earlier in people at risk of Alzheimer's
 
Circadian rhythm disruptions occur much earlier in people at risk of Alzheimer'sPeople with Alzheimer's disease are known to have disturbances in their internal body clocks that affect the sleep/wake cycle and may increase risk of developing the disorder.