The combined analysis of the neurofunctional scales demonstrated an overall neurofunctional improvement with CPAP.
Female OSA patients had multiple regions of reduced cortical thickness in superior frontal lobe.
For youth, poor sleep worsens the associations between PTSD symptoms and chronic pain.
In this population-based study, researchers found that Mexican Americans had a greater risk for recurrent stroke and death than non-Hispanic whites.
Treatment with positive airway pressure may help retain or improve seizure control in patients with epilepsy and obstructive sleep apnea.
Pediatric patients with NDPH experience more sleep disturbances than those with migraine or tension-type headaches.
Home sleep apnea tests are designed to help diagnose OSA in adults.
Patients with multiple sclerosis who experience severe fatigue should be screened for obstructive sleep apnea.
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.
There are guidelines that should be followed when treating patients with insomnia.
Few head-to-head trials have been conducted that have compared different classes of drugs for treatment of RLS.
Digital CBT is linked to reduced insomnia, paranoia, and hallucinations for university students.
Older adults with sleep-disordered breathing have a 26% greater risk for developing cognitive impairment and a small risk for deteriorating executive function.
Stress is linked to impaired sleep and increased cravings for unhealthy foods which can ultimately lead to obesity.
Patients with postural instability and gait disturbances had worse sleep scores than those with tremor-dominant Parkinson's.
Risk-seeking behavior may result from chronic sleep restriction.
Seniors may be more likely to develop dementia as they age if they spend less time in REM sleep.
Patients with both Parkinson's and rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder were much more likely to experience mild cognitive impairment.
Obstructive sleep apnea is associated with elevated blood coagulability.
Cognitive deficits can be caused by sleep-disordered breathing.
There may be a relationship between sleep disordered breathing and Alzheimer's disease caused by biological changes in the brain.
Excessive daytime sleepiness and headache frequency were found to be linked, however there was no link between EDS and migraine or CTTH.
Risks of adverse cardiovascular-related outcomes or mortality are not reduced with CPAP treatment.
Patients with sleep apnea are more likely to use their CPAP after watching themselves struggle with breathing at night.
Obstructive sleep apnea in patients with type 2 diabetes is a predictor for diabetic retinopathy.
Quality of sleep was associated with various aspects of life, especially pain, vitality, and emotional health.
The patient presented with daytime sleepiness persisting since childhood even with 9 hours of sleep
Patients receiving buprenorphine maintenance therapy for their opioid use disorder may have impaired sleep, although they report improvements in both quality and duration of sleep.
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