Sleep Deficits Associated With Poor Academic Performance Among Norwegian Youth

September 26th 2022, 8:02pm


A trend study found that adolescents in Norway had poor academic performance in science and math when they were sleep deprived.

Metabolic Syndrome Associated With Sleep Duration, Insomnia

September 23rd 2022, 8:32pm


A recent study used longitudinal data to investigate current and future risks of metabolic syndrome and its potential links with sleep duration and insomnia.

OSA Therapy Effective in Improving Autonomic Function Measures

September 19th 2022, 8:18pm


A systematic review found that obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) therapy could selectively improve autonomic function measures and may reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.

Relationship Found Between Sleep Patterns and Clinically Relevant Depression

September 13th 2022, 8:14pm


This new study has found that patients with short and long sleep duration had higher risks of clinically relevant depression.

Combating Disrupted Sleep From Increasing Heat Explored in New Study

September 8th 2022, 12:00pm


A review illustrates how people in areas of immense heat can try to combat its adverse effects on sleep.

Night Sweats Associated With Hypoxia in People With OSA

September 7th 2022, 1:40pm


Night sweats were independently associated with a higher hypoxemia burden in patients diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).

Breathing Exercise Can Help With Fatigue, Daytime Sleepiness in Patients With OSA

August 31st 2022, 7:49pm


A randomized, controlled, experimental study found that a breathing exercise decreased fatigue and daytime sleepiness at the end of the fourth and eighth weeks of an intervention in patients with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).

Delaying Sleep Before Night Shift Beneficial for Wakefulness, More Sleep

August 22nd 2022, 10:03pm


A recent study found that people with intermediate and late chronotypes had more rapid eye movement sleep when they delayed their sleep before their first night shift.

CPAP Improves Polysomnography Parameters, Quality of Life in OSA

August 19th 2022, 12:40pm


A single-blind, parallel, randomized clinical trial found that a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine was more effective in normalizing polysomnographic parameters and improving quality of life in patients with mild obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) compared with the mandibular advancement device.

Physical Activity Linked With Better Sleep Quality, Heart Rate Variability in Adolescents

August 17th 2022, 5:42pm


A study found that adolescents who were more physically active had better sleep quality and heart rate variability than those who were sedentary.