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  • Understanding the Advantage of Sleep

    Readers of The Bourne series may remember that in the 1990 thriller, The Bourne Ultimatum, Jason Bourne was known to repeat the phrase, “Rest is a weapon vital for survival.” Similar sentiments have been expressed by other fictional characters under extremely different circumstances, including the recent young adult blockbuster The Fault in Our Stars in which the main character was oft-heard saying, “Sleep kills cancer.” Continue reading

  • Tragedies Lead to Change In Apnea Screening Policies

    The release of the National Transportation Safety Board’s findings into the cause of the fatal Metro-North train derailment in the Bronx last year was highlighted by word that an undiagnosed case of sleep apnea was behind the tragedy. Sleep apnea afflicts an estimated 18 million Americans, and is a serious disorder that has not only been linked to a much increased potential for fatal errors in operating vehicles and heavy machinery, but has also been associated with a number of chronic and life threatening health conditions. Continue reading

  • New Report Links Sleep Apnea to Critical Memory Loss

    Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder that is estimated to impact over 18 million Americans. It is often diagnosed as a result of either chronic daytime fatigue or the reports of loud and disruptive snoring by a sleep partner, and it is the result of a narrowing an blockage of the airway as the tissues of the throat relax during sleep. It has been linked to a number of chronic health conditions as well as cognitive impairments and even an increased incidence of serious accidents. Now a study by researchers at the NYU Langone Medical Center is indicating that the condition may have a direct impact on the spatial memory capacity that is critical to every day functioning. Continue reading

  • Risk of Ulcerative Colitis Impacted by Sleep

    A new study says that people who sleep either more or less than the recommended amount have a greater risk for being diagnosed with ulcerative colitis. The research was conducted by Dr. Ashwin Ananthakrishnan, of Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, and were announced in a news release issued by the American Gastroenterological Association after having been published in the journal Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology. The study found a correlation between incidence of the condition, which causes inflammation in the intestines, and sleeping either more or less than seven to eight hours per night. The quality of sleep also appears to be a factor. Continue reading

  • You can really learn in your sleep

    Ever since people went about the process of consciously trying to learn and remember things, they have wished for the ability to enhance their retention while they sleep. People were cajoled into purchasing books on tape that purportedly would help them learn foreign languages in their sleep, and many a student pulling an all nighter has wished for a way that they could grab a late night nap and still do some information cramming. Continue reading

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