New findings suggest that the therapy is associated with sustained improvements regarding insomnia, depression and quality of life.
Emerging research is clarifying the role of untreated obstructive sleep apnea in comorbidities from arrhythmias to dementia. A leading clinical researcher explains the linkages and how treatment helps on multiple fronts.
Mandibular distraction surgery is a better option than tracheostomy in infants with Pierre Robin syndrome refractory to conservative measures.
Our Sleep Disorders Center is using the funds to create a first-of-kind sleep biophysiologic repository leveraging over 100,000 sleep studies and to study links between sleep apnea and QT prolongation.
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A new study shows adults over 60 with sleep apnea achieve improvements in sleepiness, fatigue, depression and quality of life comparable to those in their younger counterparts.
Collaborative study provides a better understanding of how allergic rhinitis affects sleep in a representative sample of U.S. adults.
The newest member of our Sleep Disorders Center, Vaisal Shah, MBBS, MPH, discusses which patients may benefit from seeing a sleep specialist.
Cleveland Clinic researchers have identified biomarkers that might ultimately serve as tools for diagnostics and monitoring — or even as therapeutic targets — in patients with these concurrent conditions.
Obstructive sleep apnea affects 18 million Americans. Less than half find relief from current therapy options. Cleveland Clinic now offers Inspire® therapy, a new approach which effectively works with the patient’s natural physiology.