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Certain sleep disorders increase depression frequency, severity in men

September 18, 2017

Men with comorbid obstructive sleep apnea and insomnia symptoms have a greater likelihood and severity of depression than men with only one of these conditions, according to research recently published in Respirology.

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and insomnia are the two most prevalent sleep disorders and often coexist in patients, according to researchers; comorbid insomnia and OSA is reported in 42% to 55% of OSA patients in primary care or sleep clinics.

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Parental insomnia symptoms influence children’s sleep habits

September 13, 2017
Recent findings indicated associations between parental insomnia symptoms, particularly maternal insomnia symptoms, and children’s sleeping behaviors. …
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Expert theorizes ADHD may be a sleep problem

September 11, 2017
ADHD may primarily be a problem associated with abnormal circadian sleep, according to an expert at the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology Congress…
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Digital CBT for insomnia improves psychosis

September 7, 2017
Digital cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia significantly improved insomnia, hallucinations and paranoia among university students with insomnia, according to…
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