13 Weird Reasons Why You’re Still Tired When You Wake Up, According To Science

ByCAROLYN STEBER If morning grogginess and daytime exhaustion has become your MO, you'll probably want to start figuring out why you're still tired when you wake up. It may not seem like a big deal — I mean, everyone's tired, right? But since...

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Could It Be Sleep Deprivation and Not ADHD?

Experts weigh in on associations between ADHD and sleep, including whether ADHD will ever be considered strictly a sleep problem. By Jennifer Lea Reynolds, Contributor |Oct. 25, 2017, at 10:06 a.m. It's a common chicken-and-egg question: Is it sleeplessness that may be causing attention...

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Snoring, Sleep Apnea Linked to Memory Loss

THU, APR 16 A new study finds heavy snorers and sleep apnea sufferers show signs of memory loss or dementia 10 years earlier than those who slept well.  

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The Surprising Link Between Sleep and Gestational Diabetes

  by Colleen de Bellefonds on October 19, 2017 Around week 24 to week 28 of pregnancy, your doctor will offer you a glucose screening, where you’ll have to chug a super-sweet orange liquid and then get your blood drawn. This screening looks...

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Could This Common Sleep Condition Be Affecting Your Sex Life?

Dr Lewis Ehrlich | whimn.com.au Read this before bed tonight. Sleep is arguably the most important part of your day. It not only helps to restore and maintain our immune, skeletal, muscular and nervous systems but maintains our mental performance, mood, memory and...

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Sleep Apnea

By BROOKE HILDEBRAND CLUBBS • OCT 18, 2017 | KRCU.org     We often think of snoring as annoying or embarrassing, but we don’t usually think of it as deadly. However, it can be a symptom of sleep apnea, an involuntary cessation of breathing that...

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AASM: Position Statement on Home Sleep Apnea Testing

October 16, 2017 | EMPR.com The American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) has published a new position statement on the clinical use of a home sleep apnea test (HSAT) in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine. HSATs are ordered by healthcare providers...

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Dream Deprivation Is Just as Unhealthy as Sleep Deprivation—Here’s Why

To sleep, perchance to dream? Actually, we're dreaming less than ever and the deprivation could be opening the door to all kinds of health troubles. BY ALEXA ERICKSON You might already know how important sleep is, and how sleep deprivation can cause a...

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