A new study investigates the prevalence of RBD in veterans with PTSD or concussions, researching the link between these conditions and neurodegeneration.
A new study from the Uppsala University shows how a single night of sleep could increase blood levels of a recognised biomarker of Alzheimer’s disease.
A new study suggest that weight lost leads to upper airway changes such as reduced tongue fat, which could improve obstructive sleep apnea symptoms.
Sleep-related breathing disorders involve pauses in breathing or difficulties breathing during the night. If they are untreated, they can cause many serious problems, among which are heart attack, stroke, high blood pressure, and low blood oxygen.
The term “sleep-related hypoxemia” refers to hypoxemia that manifests itself as a result of sleep-related breathing disorders or during sleep in general. While most of the symptoms are the same, it’s important to keep track of where the patient tends to fall asleep.
The advanced sleep-wake phase disorder (ASWPD) is a circadian rhythm disorder characterized by excessive sleepiness in the evening before the normally considered bedtime, not being able to resist falling asleep, and waking up way too early in the morning.