The Pain-Related Beliefs and Attitudes about Sleep (PBAS) scale offers a tool to assess the interaction between sleep, insomnia and chronic pain.
There is an established link between excessive daytime sleepiness and headache frequency.
Patients with sleep apnea are more likely to use their CPAP after watching a video of themselves struggling to breathe.
In patients with suspected or confirmed OSA, clinically significant erythrocytosis appears uncommon.
Quality of sleep was associated with various aspects of life, especially pain, vitality, and emotional health.
Long-term abstinence after cocaine dependence was shown to be associated with improved sleep quality after an initial worsening period.
OSA is associated with sight-threatening diabetic retinopathy and with progression to pre-/proliferative DR for patients with type 2 diabetes.
Positive airway pressure therapy does not improve outcomes in patients with both sleep apnea and hypoxia related to pulmonary embolism.
A patient with persistent daytime sleepiness developed Stevens-Johnson Syndrome within 2 weeks of armodafinil use.
Insomnia for survivors of breast cancer was improved using ai chi chih as cognitive behavioral therapy.
Six recommendations were developed to guide clinicians in diagnosing obstructive sleep apnea in adults.
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