Sleep

The Pharmacy Times® Sleep resource center provides clinical news and articles, coverage from conferences and meetings, links to condition-specific resources, and videos and other content.

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Frequent nightmares were not associated with heart medications and sleep-disordered breathing, but were linked with depression, anxiety, and insomnia.
 
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A new study suggests abnormal sleep architecture can be a predictor of stress.
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Participants with severe withdrawal symptoms were more likely to be younger, longtime and frequent users of cannabis, and to have worse mental health.
 
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Pharmacologic approaches should be considered primarily in patients who are unable to participate in cognitive behavioral therapy and those who still have symptoms after this therapy.
 
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Depressive symptoms were lowest in young adults who slept 9.7 hours per night, and feelings of well-being were highest for those who slept 8 hours per night.
 
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Compared with patients with focal epilepsy, those with genialized epilepsy have a higher risk of obstructive sleep apnea. 
 
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The connection between COVID-19 and sleep apnea cannot be explained by obesity rates alone. 
 
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Device uses an Apple Watch to deliver gentle vibrations to users suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. 
 
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Investigators found that participants with the healthiest sleep habits had a 42% reduction in the risk of heart failure compared to participants with an unhealthy sleep pattern.
 
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Most web searches for insomnia were done between midnight and 5 am, when people are typically asleep.  
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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.
 
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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.