A recent study has found a causal link between moderate to high risk of suicide and sleep deprivation. It furthered that for every one hour increase in quality sleep, there was a 72 percent decrease in suicidal idealization.
“I was stuck on Ambien for 4 years. Many times I have tried to get off this drug, but sleeplessness would win and I would have to continue on it. I have attempted professional help three times. After sleeping (or the lack thereof) in sleep apnea testing facilities with electrodes all over my body, all three times the medical conclusion would be I didn’t have sleep apnea. I told the doctor’s this before I ever started. This would be followed up by relaxation type biofeedback sessions and on and on and on. None producing any solutions. None giving the result that I so needed.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, up to 5 million children and teenagers are diagnosed with ADHD. But what if a large portion of these kids actually have a sleep disorder? Continue reading “Your Childs ADHD Could be a Sleep Disorder.” »
People who suffer from breathing disorders such as sleep apnea are usually at higher risk for cardiovascular disease. But an intriguing new study from Technion-Israel Institute of Technology scientists suggests that some heart attack patients with these conditions may actually benefit from mild to moderate sleep-disordered breathing.
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