Sleep Disorders


Study Strongly Links Sleep-Related Hypoxia Metrics With Incident Atrial Fibrillation

For the first time, risk is shown after accounting for underlying contributions of pulmonary disease


Case Study: Extended Polysomnography Confirms an Idiopathic Hypersomnia Diagnosis

Normal or inconsistent MSLT results should not rule out this debilitating disorder

man undergoing polysomnography against machine learning background

Machine Learning May Streamline Identification of Central Hypersomnolence Disorders

Prior-night polysomnography predicts results from mean sleep latency testing


New AASM Guideline Advises on Management of REM Sleep Behavior Disorder

Bedroom safety, medication use and ethical dilemmas are addressed


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August 1, 2023/Behavioral Health

Hybrid CBT-I Model Expands Access to Behavioral Sleep Care for Patients With Insomnia

Combining group telehealth sessions with one-on-one sessions shortens time to follow-up care


Study Links Polysomnographic and Sleep Symptom Clusters With Atrial Fibrillation Risk

Retrospective analysis finds “hypoxic and sleepy” subtype to confer greatest risk


New Help for Hypersomnias May Be on the Way

Studies of three investigational therapies test targeting of diverse mechanistic pathways

June 8, 2022/COVID-19

Sleep Disturbances Are Highly Prevalent Among People With Long COVID

Black race, COVID-19 hospitalization and mood symptoms confer increased risk, study finds

November 26, 2021/COVID-19

Sleep Hypoxia and COVID-19: A Dangerous Combination

Large retrospective study links sleep hypoxia to worse COVID-19 outcomes

September 22, 2021/Behavioral Health

Novel Hybrid Model of CBT Delivery for Insomnia Offers Best of All Worlds

Pilot program reveals shortened wait times, increased access

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