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  • New Study Finds Babies with Sleep Problems at Higher Risk for Sleep Disorders

    A new study found 10 percent of infants and toddlers have trouble sleeping, and may be at risk for developing sleep disorders as they age. Dr. Jyoti Krishna with the Cleveland Clinic said talking specifics with your pediatrician about various sleep behaviors can help solve various infant sleep problems. “Hitting...
  • Study Shows Youth with Type 1 Diabetes May Have Difficulty Sleeping

    Michelle M. Perfect, Ph.D., (http://www.coe.arizona.edu/faculty_profile/332) of the University of Arizona and colleagues tracked the sleep health of 50 patients aged 10 to 16 years, with T1DM (type 1 diabetes mellitus). Researchers found that most young patients with T1DM spent about 21 minutes (5 percent) less in deep sleep during a...
  • Allergies on the Brain

    A recent study shows that allergies don’t just affect a person’s respiratory system, but also their brain function. Dr. Talal Nsouli, director of the Watergate and Burke Allergy and Asthma Centers, (http://nsouliallergyandasthma.com/) conducted a study which looked at 98 patients suffering from seasonal and environmental allergies. Of those 98 patients...
  • Doctors Study Quality of Sleep New Yorkers Get on the Subway

    Ever wonder how anyone could sleep on the subway? Dr. Carl Bazil, director of the Epilepsy and Sleep Division at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center, recently completed a study to see what type of sleep a person actually gets on the subway. Dr. Bazil has studied sleep patterns and...
  • Sleep Duration Gene Identified

    Researchers recently discovered a gene that regulates the duration of sleep an individual needs. The new findings may explain why some people appear to have an internal alarm clock, and can wake up on their own. It may also explain why some people are light sleepers, able to operate on...
  • Dreams Found to Ease Painful Memories

    New research conducted at the University of California, Berkeley, found that dreaming may act as “overnight therapy,” taking the edge off of painful memories. Subjects in the study were shown emotionally provocative photos before sleep, and then received brain scans while sleeping.  During REM (rapid eye movement) sleep, part of...
  • Lighting from Electronics Makes Sleep Difficult

    Going to bed with your cell phone in hand and computer and TV on may be causing minor sleep deprivation. Studies show that the blue light emitted by these electronic devices can be the cause of sleepless nights. “In that hour before bedtime, there are millions of Americans who are...

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