Seeing is believing, one doctor tells CBS-4 Denver.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer had sleep experts answer reader questions ranging from new central sleep apnea information to how to get a child to adhere to a sleep schedule.
Lack of sleep is expensive. According to Eric Cohen, a co-founder and president of National Sleep Therapy (NST), the annual cost to employers in lost productivity, accidents, and medical expenses is estimated at $60 billion.
Clinicians at National Sleep Therapy (NST) are providing every new patient with a training session that employs an iPad, under the guidance of a respiratory therapist (RT).
More than half (57%) of Americans are snoozers, according to a study by French tech firm Withings, with results showing we spend a total of 3.5 months of our lives hitting the snooze button.
At an the American Dental Association (ADA) continuing education meeting this month, the ADA offered a dental sleep medicine course for the first time.
The effectiveness of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) treatment may hinge significantly upon sleep quality, report researchers in a paper published in the Journal of Neuroscience.
Researchers in Adelaide are working to help Australians who have both insomnia and sleep apnoea, Yahoo! News reports.
There is a time range everyone should shoot for if you’re questing for a perfect night’s sleep, experts tell TIME.
CPAP is effective at treating sleep apnea in older people, a new study has found.