This study points to potential differences in how social isolation and loneliness may affect — and reflect — health and wellbeing for older adults.
Evaluating the effects of iNAP® on subjective daytime sleepiness in middle-aged patients with moderate obstructive sleep apnea.
Most wearable devices used by consumers lack requisite validation. Current widespread usage necessitates an examination of their performance.
Snoring is associated with increased risk of cerebral events in patients with obstructive sleep apnea and established cardiovascular disease.
Among participants living in a culturally diverse area of Greece, people with anxiety were more likely to experience loss of sleep or other sleep-related disorders.
Placebo administration may worsen first lab night sleep in patients with insomnia, potentially exhibiting a nocebo effect.
Acute sleep deprivation may cause increased frequency of cortical spreading depolarization and reduce its electrical threshold.
Too little sleep or too much sleep is tied to more asthma attacks in adults.
Sleep disturbances are more common in patients with chronic musculoskeletal pain.
Sleep disordered breathing is a potential predictor of worsened functional outcomes following noncardioembolic stroke.