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Hot Flashes, Night Sweats Connected to Obstructive Sleep Apnea Risk in Middle-aged Women

Published on January 2, 2018 | SleepReviewMag.com Researchers have found that the hot flashes and night sweats faced by upward of 80% of middle-aged women may be linked to an increased risk of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). This is according to a...

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When you’re thinking about heart health, don’t forget about sleep

By AVERY SCHNEIDER • FEB 19, 2018 | News.WBFO.org February is American Heart Month, and while there are many topics such as diet, exercise, and smoking that people commonly associate with the heart, one important one is sometimes overlooked. 1:28 | WBFO’s Avery Schneider...

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Couples who sleep apart stay together

Kerry Parnell | December 30, 2017 7:00am | DailyTelegraph.com SO Prince Charles and Camilla not only have separate beds — they have three bedrooms, reports have emerged. According to palace insiders, Charles and Camilla have their own bedrooms at Clarence House,...

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Lack of Sleep Boosts Levels of Alzheimer’s Proteins

Published on December 28, 2017 | SleepReviewMag.com Have you resolved to take better care of yourself in the new year? Here’s a relatively painless way to do it: Catch a few more zzz’s every night. A third of American adults don’t get...

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Preterm Infants Have Narrowed Upper Airways, Which May Explain Higher Obstructive Sleep Apnea Risk

Published on December 26, 2017 | SleepReviewMag.com Infants born preterm have significantly lower nasopharyngeal and oropharyngeal volumes, compared with newborn peers carried to full term, and those lower airway volumes are independent of the infants’ gender, ethnicity, or weight. These findings were...

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Weekly Fish Consumption Linked to Better Sleep

Published on December 26, 2017 | SleepReviewMag.com Children who eat fish at least once a week sleep better and have IQ scores that are 4 points higher, on average, than those who consume fish less frequently or not at all. These findings...

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2018 Goals: Get more sleep. Sleep deprivation is toxic to your health

Jeff Stibel, Special to USA TODAYPublished 4:00 a.m. ET Dec. 22, 2017 | Updated 11:25 a.m. ET Dec. 31, 2017 | USAToday.com If you’ve ever found yourself drifting off to sleep only to be woken by a vigorous, full-body twitch or...

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Tossing, Turning, Sweating and … Snoring? It’s the Unspoken Menopause Symptom

DECEMBER 23, 2017 | By Nancy Rothstein | The Sleep Ambassador | MilwaukeeCourierOnline.com If you’re a woman over 40, you may be a snorer and not even realize it. Or if you know you snore, you may not talk about it with your...

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Orthosomnia Is the New Sleep Disorder You Haven’t Heard Of

Yes, it's possible to be too obsessed with sleep. By Julia Malacoff | Nov 06, 2017 | Shape.com Fitness trackers are great for monitoring your activity and making you more aware of your habits, including how much (or how little) you sleep. For the...

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Scientists Make Progress Linking Sleep Duration Genes to Variety of Biological Processes

Published on December 14, 2017 - SleepReviewMag.com Scientists have identified differences in a group of genes they say might help explain why some people need a lot more sleep—and others less—than most. The study, conducted using fruit fly populations bred to...

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