Nightmares and extremely vivid dreams are frequently reported by narcoleptic patients. “This phenomenon is often very disturbing and presents with poor treatment response,” says Juraj Pisko, MD.
A Pennsylvania doctor is selling a DVD on “Restless Leg Relief” on Amazon.com, which includes stretches for the sleep disorder and comes with a 90-day moneyback guarantee.
Sexsomnia is now listed in the DSM-5, which might help physicians better identify the sleep disorder, reports Family Practice News.
Certified sleep coach Andrea Elovson tells ABC-6 about tips for parents and caregivers tips to get a child to sleep.
A new study shows that teens who don’t receive enough sleep are at risk for chronic health issues later in life, according to Reuters.
A CBS news report notes that a nap combined with coffee can reenergize a person for several hours.
The City Council Health Committee in Chicago received recommendations from medical experts to confront the issue of teen sleep deprivation.
In a special investigation report issued yesterday, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) made several recommendations to Metro-North regarding the need for better sleep disorder screening of its employees.
Brain training program Lumosity presented research yesterday at the 2014 Society for Neuroscience conference on how lifestyle factors such as sleep, mood, and time of day impact cognitive gameplay performance.
Our sister magazine RT reports on the latest developments in the CPAP market, which is continually improving the form and function of its systems, masks, and interfaces.