Dental sleep medicine specialist Dr Sabrina Magid-Katz answers questions from EmpowHER about women and sleep.
Sleep apnea tolls the health of tens of millions, reports the Epoch Times, in an article that covers costs, under-diagnosis, and payor reimbursement concerns.
The cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia app Sleepio uses an animated shrink to dispense guidance. The New Yorker discusses the pros and cons.
Taking a short nap after lunch can help refresh the mind. A Tainan-based research team led by National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) professor Sheng-Fu Liang has developed a smart eye mask to help with taking an ideal snooze.
A 17-year-old tells The Press Democrat about his struggles with narcolepsy.
An 18-inning baseball game begs the question: Are sports fans losing too much sleep? ABC 7 reports.
Vitamin B12 may help some patients get to sleep, reports Liberty Voice.
While it is difficult to speculate about a causal link between orexin and Alzheimer’s, Dr Claudio Liguori told Medscape Medical News that “taking into account disturbed sleep causes a more rapid cognitive decline, higher orexin levels determining a more compromised sleep may have a secondary effect on the Alzheimer’s pathology.”
“Tingleheads” use YouTube videos of sounds such as people whispering to lull themselves to sleep, reports Today.com.
Senator Richard Codey announced a bill last week that would direct New Jersey’s Department of Education to study the potential benefits of delaying school start times, reports Ashbury Park Press.