Sleep is the blissful state that rejuvenates our mind and body everyday and any deprivation often leads to a disorder that can affect our health. Sleep deprivation is prevalent among 25% of the population and it leads to reduced cognitive abilities, tiredness, lack of energy, and weakness of muscles.
Research indicates that women are twice more likely than men to suffer from sleep disorders.
Sleep disorders are of different kinds and the reason behind each disorder varies. This may include difficulty falling or staying asleep, falling asleep at inappropriate times, excessive total sleep time or abnormal behaviors associated with sleep.
The most common types of sleep disorders include-
► Sleep apnea
► Restless leg syndrome (RLS)
► Circadian rhythm disorders
Sleep disorders can be diagnosed on the basis of patient’s explanation about the condition and tests such as multiple sleep latency test and polysomnography.
Treatment options are available for most sleep disorders. Sleep disorder clinics help people restore normal sleeping patterns through various techniques. Sometimes just having regular sleep habits can help an individual.
Prognosis for various sleep disorders depends on the stage at which the therapy has been initiated and the compliance of the patient.
Latest Publications and Research on Sleep Disorders: A PreludeSleep Disorders and Migraine: Review of Literature and Potential Pathophysiology Mechanisms. - Published by PubMed
Predicting spirometry readings using cough sound features and regression. - Published by PubMed
Sleep Disorders and Migraine: Review of Literature and Potential Pathophysiology Mechanisms. - Published by PubMed
Chronic hypnotic use at 10 years-does the brand matter? - Published by PubMed
Analysis of Predictive Equations for Estimating Resting Energy Expenditure in a Large Cohort of Morbidly Obese Patients. - Published by PubMed