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Researchers find that blue light exposure should be of concern to organizations, which may be able to improve employee performance by minimizing their exposure.
For early adolescents, frequent social media use, watching emotional or violent videos, and use of social media from an early age were found to be significantly associated with less sleep on school nights.
Study indicates cognitive behavioral therapy may improve sleep and potentially affect alcohol use outcomes among young adult binge drinkers with insomnia.
Genetic mutation affects cryptochrome proteins, which are 1 of 4 main clock proteins involved in regulating the biological clock.
Not only did cognitive behavioral therapy help insomnia, it also improved symptoms of depression and anxiety.
Sleep deficiency may impair the ability to cognitively filter intrusive memories and thoughts when confronted with reminders of them, according to a recent study.
Study shows that 61% of patients who either were not prescribed CPAP to treat their sleep apnea or were not adherent to their CPAP treatment were hospitalized with influenza.
Researchers suggest several modifications in the way health professionals manage patients with obesity during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A plethora of new research and CBD products have come on the market in a very short time since the Hemp Farming Act of 2018 removed hemp from Schedule I controlled substances.
Research has also shown that patients with Parkinson disease who are able to engage in physical activity can potentially improve the motor and non-motor symptoms associated with the disease.
Researchers found that the combination of medication and psychoeducational therapy has greater efficacy in the prevention of recurrence of illness in people with bipolar disorder than treatment with medication alone.
Investigators found a link between the sleep quality of mother and child related to the COVID-19 pandemic.