For youth, poor sleep worsens the associations between PTSD symptoms and chronic pain.
Male gender, excessive daytime sleepiness, and presence of metabolic syndrome were among the risk factors for obstructive sleep apnea in major depression.
CPAP therapy shows to reduce PTSD symptoms in veterans with PTSD and OSA.
Wearing amber lenses for 2 hours before bedtime is associated with improved sleep, for individuals with insomnia symptoms.
Increased amyloid-β production in adults can lead to disrupted sleep.
Obstructive sleep apnea and intermittent hypoxia may be mechanisms that are associated with marker of increased amyloid burden.
Home sleep apnea tests are designed to help diagnose OSA in adults.
Over 33% of older adults have reported using medication to help them sleep.
The device stimulates a nerve in the chest that is involved in transmitting signals to the diaphragm to stimulate breathing.
The risk of bone health decline in menopausal women is reduced with intermittent hypoxia in OSA.
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