This retrospective study assessed the presence of orthostatic intolerance in pediatric patients with primary hypersomnia disorders soon after diagnosis.
Study researchers evaluated the ability of the multiple sleep latency test and polysomnography to distinguish patients with narcolepsy from those with other non-narcoleptic central disorders of hypersomnolence.
Investigators assessed the addition of pulse-oximetry to self-reported improvements during hypoglossal nerve stimulation home titration for patients with moderate to severe obstructive sleep apnea.
Higher levels of neighborhood sound are associated with sleep loss, and restricted sleep in adolescents decreases alpha and sigma power on sleep EEG.
There may be increased hospitalization risk from influenza infection in patients with obstructive sleep apnea who do not use continuous positive airway pressure.
Compared to those with other sleep disorders, patients with insomnia often misperceive their sleep duration and sleep efficiency of each night.
In an ongoing study, researchers investigate the potential of an internet-based intervention to improve sleep in older adults with cognitive impairment.
The AS03-adjuvanted H1N1 influenza vaccine was linked to an increased narcolepsy incidence, but this narcolepsy did not clinically differ significantly from sporadic cases.
Researchers analyzed the clinical profile of sleep-related dissociative disorder cases and data that supports its inclusion in the parasomnias section of the International Classification of Sleep Disorders.
Sodium oxybate treatment may be associated with weight reduction and stabilization in children with type 1 narcolepsy.