Can’t use CPAP? Try these apnea remedies

by Sam Wood, Staff Writer Obstructive sleep apnea, with its often raucous snoring, can place a severe strain on a romantic relationship, driving partners into separate bedrooms. It can also take a dramatic physical toll, leading to high blood pressure, stroke, cardiac...

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Undiagnosed sleep apnea caused 2 NYC train crashes. Could you have sleep apnea, too?

Updated: SEPTEMBER 22, 2017 — 12:17 PM EDT | Philly.com  Photo: WAVEBREAKMEDIA/DREAMSTIME/TNS) Snoring is often associated with a sleep disorder called obstructive sleep apnea. by Mari A. Schaefer, Staff Writer  @MariSchaefer |  mschaefer@phillynews.com Undiagnosed sleep apnea was recently cited as a probable cause in the crash of two New York City...

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Are you a snorer? Your immune system is at risk, new study in Oman reveals

September 19, 2017 | 9:03 PM by Times News Service | TimesOfOman.com Muscat: Do you snore and find it difficult to get enough sleep? This can affect your immune system, a study by a team of Oman-based doctors has suggested. Snoring is...

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Chronic Insomnia Raises Risk for Type 2 Diabetes

Written by Kathleen Doheny | EndocrineWeb.com Insomnia raises the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, a new study confirms, and that risk increases with the duration of insomnia. Younger people, those under age 40, are especially vulnerable to developing diabetes if...

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Full text of Sen. Booker’s sleep apnea bill released

By Mark Schremmer, Land Line staff writer | Thursday, October 05, 2017 The full text to a bill introduced by Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., that would force the U.S. Department of Transportation to push through a final rule to require testing...

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Learning Sleep Stages from Radio Signals: A Conditional Adversarial Architecture

Mingmin Zhao (1)   Shichao Yue (1)   Dina Katabi (1)   Tommi Jaakkola (1)   Matt Bianchi (2) 1Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2Massachusetts General Hospital   Overview: RF-Sleep learns to predict sleep stages from radio measurements without any attached sensors on subjects. We...

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This Device Uses Radio Waves To Track How You’re Sleeping

Scientists think it could help them better understand progression of chronic diseases like Parkinson’s By Randy Rieland | September 13, 2017 | smithsonian.com As people age into their 60s and beyond, sleep can turn into a nightly disappointment. What once was...

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7 Benefits of Dream Therapy You Might Not Know

By John D. Moore, PhD | PsychCentral Benefits of Dream Therapy Since the time of the ancients, dreams have been thought of as vehicles for other worldly communication. They’ve also been used as lenses for better seeing life’s complexities in the...

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