Sleep Disorders

Sleep Disorders
Snoring Tots May Be at Risk for Behavior Problems
Snoring Tots May Be at Risk for Behavior Problems Study Shows Link Between Snoring and Hyperactivity, Attention Problems, and Depression WebMD Health News By Denise Mann Reviewed by Hansa D....
Asthma Drug Helps Kids Avoid Sleep Apnea Surgery?
Asthma Drug Helps Kids Avoid Sleep Apnea Surgery? Small Study Suggests Singulair Can Improve Sleep Apnea Symptoms in Some Kids WebMD Health News By Denise Mann Reviewed by Louise Chang,...
Kids' Snoring Linked to Behavioral Problems
Kids' Snoring Linked to Behavioral Problems Researchers Say Parents and Doctors Need to Pay Closer Attention to Breathing During Sleep WebMD Health News By Rita Rubin Reviewed by Laura J....
More Sleep May Help Some People Feel Less Pain
More Sleep May Help Some People Feel Less Pain WebMD Health News By Denise Mann Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD More from WebMD FDA Warns of Rare Acetaminophen Risk Sedative,...
Blame the Moon for Bad Sleep?
Blame the Moon for Bad Sleep? WebMD Health News By Nicky Broyd Reviewed by Farah Ahmed, MD More from WebMD Sleep Drug May Curb Insomnia for Months FDA Reports Requip,...
Insomnia Linked to Future Heart Failure
Insomnia Linked to Future Heart Failure Medscape Medical News By Shelley Wood More from WebMD Sleep Drug May Curb Insomnia for Months FDA Reports Requip, Risperdal Medication Errors Blame the...
Lack of Sleep Disrupts Genes
Lack of Sleep Disrupts Genes WebMD Health News By Peter Russell Reviewed by Keith Barnard, MD More from WebMD Sleep Drug May Curb Insomnia for Months FDA Reports Requip, Risperdal...
Alcohol and a Good Night's Sleep Don't Mix
Alcohol and a Good Night's Sleep Don't Mix WebMD Health News By Denise Mann Reviewed by Laura J. Martin, MD More from WebMD Sleep Drug May Curb Insomnia for Months...
How Do Sleeping Pills Really Work?
How Do Sleeping Pills Really Work? Study Says It's Partly Because You Think They Do WebMD Health News By Salynn Boyles Reviewed by Brunilda Nazario, MD More from WebMD Sleep...
New Sleeping Pill May Help Insomnia
New Sleeping Pill May Help Insomnia WebMD Health News By Daniel J. DeNoon Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD More from WebMD Sleep Drug May Curb Insomnia for Months FDA Reports...
Testosterone Drops in Dads Sharing Beds With Kids
Testosterone Drops in Dads Sharing Beds With Kids WebMD Health News By Rita Rubin Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD More from WebMD Sleep Drug May Curb Insomnia for Months FDA...
Can't Sleep? It Could Be Your iPad
Can't Sleep? It Could Be Your iPad Glow From Tablets at Bedtime May Make It Tougher to Sleep WebMD Health News By Denise Mann Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD More...
New Sleeping Pill Suvorexant Works in Early Studies
New Sleep Drug Works in Early Studies Drug, Called Suvorexant, Helped People Fall Asleep Faster, Stay Asleep Longer WebMD Health News By Kathleen Doheny Reviewed by Brunilda Nazario, MD More...
Sleepwalking May Be More Common Than You Think
Sleepwalking May Be More Common Than You Think Researcher Finds 30% of People Polled Have Sleepwalked; Certain Medicines, Disorders Make It More Likely WebMD Health News By Kathleen Doheny Reviewed...
Do You Have 'Social Jet Lag'?
Do You Have 'Social Jet Lag'? Sleep That's Slightly Shifted Away From Normal Biological Rhythms May Increase Obesity Risk WebMD Health News By Brenda Goodman, MA Reviewed by Hansa D....
30% of Workers Get Far Too Little Sleep
30% of Workers Get Far Too Little Sleep Lack of Sleep Potentially Putting Public and Workers at Risk WebMD Health News By Denise Mann Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD More...
Sleep Less, Eat More?
Sleep Less, Eat More? Study: Sleep Deprivation Linked to Eating More Calories WebMD Health News By Kathleen Doheny Reviewed by Laura J. Martin, MD More from WebMD Sleep Drug May...
1 in 4 Pilots Sleepy on the Job
1 in 4 Pilots Sleepy on the Job Sleepiness Often Affects Transportation Workers’ Job Performance and Safety WebMD Health News By Jennifer Warner Reviewed by Michael W. Smith, MD More...
Could Sleep Problems Predict Alzheimer's?
Could Sleep Problems Predict Alzheimer's? Frequent Night Awakenings Linked to Signs of Alzheimer’s, Researchers Find WebMD Health News By Kathleen Doheny Reviewed by Laura J. Martin, MD More from WebMD...
Police Officers Often Robbed of Sleep
Police Officers Often Robbed of Sleep Study: 40% of Police Officers Have a Sleep Disorder, but the Condition May Go Undetected WebMD Health News By Cari Nierenberg Reviewed by Brunilda...
Preschoolers Who Sleep Less Weigh More by Age 7
Sleep appears to influence a child’s body weight, particularly their body fat, a new study shows.
When Wives Don’t Sleep, Marriage Suffers
When couples fight, sleep often suffers. Now a new study shows that the reverse can also true. Not sleeping well, it seems, can make for a rockier relationship.
Alcohol at Bedtime May Not Help Your Sleep
One of the largest studies to date on alcohol’s effects on sleep shows that drinking alcohol before bed may disrupt sleep and increase wakefulness in healthy adults -- affecting women more than men -- regardless of family history of alcoholism.
Sleepy Americans Put Health at Risk
About a third of adults in the U.S. may be getting less than seven hours of sleep per day, putting themselves at risk for serious health problems, according to two new CDC studies.
Sleep and Technology Don't Mix: Sleep Poll
Devices meant to make life easier and more entertaining are often making us sleepier, according to the latest poll by the National Sleep Foundation.
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