Meeting News

Sleep complaints linked to chronic headaches

May 17, 2018
Patients presenting with sleep issues are more likely to have chronic headaches, according to findings presented at the American Academy of Neurology…

Meeting NewsPerspective

Cognitive behavioral therapy, acupuncture reduce insomnia among cancer survivors

May 16, 2018
Moderate to severe insomnia improved among cancer survivors after cognitive behavioral therapy or acupuncture, according to study results scheduled…

Meeting News

More Botox benefits discovered

May 16, 2018
The benefits to receiving Botox have extended into the pain management and sleep medicine spectrums, according to two abstracts presented at the…

In the Journals

Disrupted circadian rhythm linked to mood disorders

May 15, 2018
Disruption of normal daily circadian rhythms was associated with adverse mental health outcomes, including bipolar disorder and major depression…

Meeting News

Mydayis improves ADHD symptoms regardless of sleep issues

May 9, 2018
NEW YORK — Dose-optimized Mydayis, a once-daily mixed salts of a single-entity amphetamine product, improved symptoms and executive function in…

Meeting News

How to avoid common misconceptions when diagnosing, treating insomnia

April 27, 2018
NEW ORLEANS — There are several misconceptions surrounding insomnia, ranging from diagnosis to treatment, according to a presenter at the…

In the Journals

Nightmares prevalent, underreported in military personnel

March 22, 2018
Data published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine revealed that although nightmare disorder is highly prevalent among military personnel with…


Is sleep hygiene effective in treating insomnia?

March 15, 2018
About one in 10 Americans have the full clinical syndrome of chronic insomnia disorder, meaning the person has problems sleeping for 3 months or…

In the Journals

Excessive daytime sleepiness may raise risk for dementia

March 12, 2018
Excessive daytime sleepiness was linked to an increase in longitudinal beta amyloid accumulation among elderly adults without dementia, indicating…

In the Journals

Methylphenidate may be misused, abused among adults in France

March 7, 2018
Researchers observed differing patterns of methylphenidate use across age groups in France, including long-term use in children, use for medical…

In the Journals

Cranial electrotherapy safe, may benefit anxiety, depression

February 14, 2018
Low-strength evidence indicated that cranial electrical stimulation does not result in serious harms and may improve outcomes in patients with…

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Energy drinks ‘pose greater health risk’ than coffee

February 7, 2018
Physiological adverse events linked to consuming energy drinks were “significantly more prevalent” than those linked to coffee, according…

In the Journals

Circadian rhythm abnormalities present in preclinical Alzheimer’s disease

February 1, 2018
Research published in JAMA Neurology demonstrated that preclinical Alzheimer’s disease and aging were independently associated with circadian…

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Chantix may increase cardiovascular event risk

January 12, 2018
Patients taking Chantix had a heightened risk for hospitalizations and ED visits due to adverse cardiovascular events, according to findings…

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Frequent business travel linked to poorer mental health outcomes

January 12, 2018
Researchers found that people who travel for business 21 nights or more per month are more likely to report symptoms of anxiety and depression…

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Noninvasive intervention reduces post-traumatic stress symptoms in military

January 8, 2018
A noninvasive intervention that uses brainwave mirroring technology improved symptoms of post-traumatic stress, insomnia, anxiety and depressive mood…

In the Journals

Amber-tinted glasses for viewing electronics can ease insomnia symptoms

December 27, 2017
Glasses with amber-tinted lenses are a safe, affordable and easy intervention for people with insomnia symptoms who use blue light-emitting…

In the Journals

Fish consumption makes children smarter, sleep better

December 22, 2017
Children who frequently ate fish showed higher IQ scores and reported fewer sleep problems than their counterparts who seldom or never ate fish…

Guest Editorial

Difficult Defenses in the Courtroom

Psychiatric Annals, December 2017, Volume 47 Issue 12
For centuries, Courts have afforded leniency to people suffering from diseases of the mind. However, it was the 1843 case of Daniel M'Naghten that…

CME Article

Parasomnias and Criminal Activity

Psychiatric Annals, December 2017, Volume 47 Issue 12
Parasomnias are a heterogeneous group of disorders that may result directly in criminal charges. This article provides a general description of these…

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