Philips Respironics, showcased “The ANSWER,” a comprehensive business transformation process that connects product, technology, and workflow innovations for both sleep and respiratory care management, at Medtrade Fall.
If you are not getting the recommended 7 to 8 hours of sleep each night, you may be at increased risk of developing ulcerative colitis. This is according to a new study1 in Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology, the official clinical practice journal of the American Gastroenterological Association.
Our species’ waking and sleeping cycles–shaped in millions of years of evolution–have been turned upside down within a single century with the advent of electric lighting and airplanes.
Adolescents who receive insufficient sleep are at risk for serious health conditions, such as obesity, heart disease, and high blood pressure, according to a report from the New York Times News Service.
Stress can be a significant factor in chronic insomnia, reports Everydayhealth.com.
EmpowerHER reports that a portion of the brain may shrink when individuals do not get an adequate amount of sleep.
The change in routine when Daylight Savings arrives can make it difficult to go to sleep, so LightSleeper makers offer tips to rest easy, according to the Plymouth Herald.
Patients who use CPAP device to treat obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) often believe that it makes them less sexually attractive, according to researchers at Rosalind Franklin University.
A workout can give a person a jolt of energy that may cause difficulty falling asleep, so several tips can help an exerciser doze following a workout.
Britain’s top sleep experts agree that enjoying an extra hour in bed on National Sleep Day (Sunday 26th October) will have a beneficial impact, reports Furniture News.