Sleep

In Brief: Your Guide To Healthy Sleep

IN BRIEF: Healthy Sleep Your Guide To When you're in a rush to meet work, school, family, or household responsibilities, do you cut back on your sleep, thinking it won't be a problem?

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Sleep, Sleepiness, and Alcohol Use

Sleep, Sleepiness, and Alcohol Use Timothy Roehrs, Ph.D., and Thomas Roth, Ph.D. The study of alcohol's effects on sleep dates back to the late 1930s.

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Narcolepsy

NARCOLEPSY NARCOLEPSY What Is Narcolepsy? Narcolepsy is a chronic sleep disorder with no known cause. The main characteristic of narcolepsy is excessive and overwhelming daytime sleepiness, even after adequate nighttime sleep.

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Sleep, Alertness, and Fatigue Education in Residency (SAFER ...

Sleep, Alertness, and Fatigue Education in Residency (SAFER) Program Background information and References SAFER Task Force members: Judith Owens, MD, MPH(Chair); Alon Avidan, MD, MPH; Dewitt Baldwin, MD; Andrew Chesson Jr., MD; Sandy Cook, MD; Sue Harding, MD; Steve Howard, MD; Vibha Maheswaran ...

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Sleep

Calculating Average Bedtime and Wake Time Name _____ Date _____ To calculate an average bedtime, follow the steps below.

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SLEEP

Sleep 1003 SLEEP Before complaining, realize that this handout covers TWO lectures! Sleep is a universal behavior that has been demonstrated in every animal species studied, from insects to mammals.

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Sleep, Sleep Sleep

Sleep, Sleep Disorders, Sleep, Sleep Disorders, and and Biological Rhy Biological Rhy thms thms under a contract from the National Institutes of Health National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute 5415 Mark Dabling Boulevard Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918

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SlEEp REmaINS ONE OF THE gREaT

28 B rain F a Cts | sleep s oCiety For n euro sCienCe SlEEp REmaINS ONE OF THE gREaT mysteries of modern neuroscience. We spend nearly one-third of our lives asleep, but the function of sleep still is not known.

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Epidemiology of Insomnia, Depression, and Anxiety

SLEEP, Vol. 28, No. 11, 2005 1457 INTRODUCTION CHRONIC INSOMNIA AFFECTS APPROXIMATELY 9% TO 12% OF THE POPULATION 1-3 AND IS MORE PREVALENT THAN HEART DISEASE, CANCER, AIDS, neurologic disease, breathing problems, urinary problems, diabetes, and gastrointestinal problems. 4 Researchers estimate ...

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Sleep Disorders

Sleep Disorders Introduction Sleep disorders are very common conditions that can be overcome. It is important to understand what affects sleep and the importance of sleep.

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