2 hrs ago
Bad Sleep is Nothing to Yawn At
Sleepy, grumpy and dopey are more than just three of the seven dwarfs; they're the least of the dangerous symptoms of sleep apnea, a life-threatening but treatable condition from which 28 million Americans suffer.
10 hrs ago
The Taylorsville Times
With so many demands on our time these days, it's easy to relegate adding luxurious elements to the home as something better suited for another day.
Thu May 23, 2013
Your body's clock may be key to the sleep you dream about
Avoid caffeine after 2 p.m. Caffeine has a half-life of six hours in your body; six hours after your last sip, half of it is still in your body.
FDA Panel Backs Merck & Co., Inc. Insomnia Drug Suvorexant, But at Lower Doses
Staying up-to-date has never been simpler. Sign up for the free GenePool newsletter today! The U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisory committee has Wednesday found clear evidence that healthcare giant Merck & Co., Inc.'s blockbuster drug candidate suvorexant is quite effective in promoting sleep, but multiple safety issues call for lower doses.
Do natural sleep remedies really work?
Do you or someone you know suffer from sleep problems? If so, you are encouraged to attend this support group meeting on Monday, June 3, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Parrish Healthcare Center at Port St.
Insomnia Affects Brain's Emotion Regulator, Could Lead to Depression
Insomniacs have a higher risk of depression due to their lack of sleep affecting the emotion regulator in their brains' amygdala, a study finds.
Dr. Raymond Hall and PILLO1 Featured on The Doctors
With over 300 million sufferers worldwide, neck pain, along with other musculoskeletal conditions, is a growing concern globally.
Wed May 22, 2013
Insomnia: Chasing the dream
How's your bedroom hygiene? If a sleep therapist asks you this, they aren't interested in your vacuuming habits or laundry routine.
FDA panel says Merck's sleep drug safe, effective at lower dose
Merck & Co's experimental insomnia drug was safe and effective at the lower of two doses studied, a panel of medical experts said on Wednesday, increasing the chance it will be approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
NIH Finds Sleep Gene Linked to Migraines
They affect millions of Americans and an estimated 1020 percent of the global population.
10 things: 10 things the sleep-aid industry won't tell you
With more than 40 million people-roughly a third of working Americans-not getting enough shut-eye, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, it's no wonder that industries ranging from furniture makers to pharmaceutical companies are making big money by offering to help people get the recommended seven to nine hours a night.
Tue May 21, 2013
Medical News Today
Treating Sleep Apnea In Prediabetes Improves Glucose Levels
Main Category: Sleep / Sleep Disorders / Insomnia Also Included In: Depression ; Respiratory / Asthma Article Date: 21 May 2013 - 1:00 PDT Optimal treatment of sleep apnea in patients with prediabetes improves blood sugar levels and thus can reduce cardiometabolic risk, according to a study presented at the American Thoracic Society International ... (more)
Mon May 20, 2013
Sleep problems 'warn of Alzheimer's'
But evidence suggests some people who suffer from the sleep problem may already be starting to develop pre-symptomatic dementia.
Burlington Times News
Narcolepsy could explain sudden bouts of sleep
Dear Doctor K: I'm 40 years old and in good health. But lately I've been falling asleep suddenly during the day.
WTMA-AM North Charleston
Sleep and Couples: For Better or Worse, Day AND Night?
Sleep. It occupies about one-third of our lives. We need it for our mental and physical health, and for our survival.
Retired Teacher Finally Gets a Good Night Sleep
For over two decades every night 63 year-old Darrell Holmquist's sleep was always interrupted.
Natural Holistic Health
Top Tips for Setting Healthy Sleep Habits for Your Child
Children are a mystery and a joy to have around. They will make you laugh and also cause you to pull your hair out.
Medical News Today
News From Frontiers In Endocrinology, Microbiology, Physiology
Main Category: Sleep / Sleep Disorders / Insomnia Also Included In: MRSA / Drug Resistance ; Alzheimer's / Dementia Article Date: 20 May 2013 - 0:00 PDT Frontiers in Endocrinology Differential roles of orexin receptors in the regulation of sleep/wakefulness Takeshi Sakurai, the lead author on the 1998 article that first described orexin, here ... (more)
Sun May 19, 2013
Researchers suspect ADHD may be linked to lack of sunlight
ConsumerAffairs' culture and lifestyle reporter, Daryl Nelson has written for Readers Digest, Townsquare Media, AllHipHop.com and a number of other online and print publications.
Sat May 18, 2013
Silver Linings of the New DSM Playbook
Like it or not, the long-awaited DSM-V arrived today. Although there has been much criticism and controversy  surrounding its changes, I'd like to point out some of the potential benefits.