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Insomnia Research News — ScienceDaily

Scientists Make Progress in Decoding Genetics of Insomnia

Using a predictive genomics approach called variant-to-gene mapping, Texas A&M biologist Alex Keene and colleagues prove the gene Pig-Q is associated with sleep regulation in humans, flies and …

Chronic Jet Lag Discovered in People Living With HIV

People living with HIV have a significantly delayed internal body clock, consistent with the symptoms of jet lag, according to new …

The Early Bird May Just Get the Worm

Night owls may be looking forward to falling back into autumn standard time but a new study has found Daylight Saving Time may also suit morning types just …

Morning Blue Light Treatment Improves Sleep in Patients With PTSD

Researchers explore a noninvasive, drug-free treatment that offers hope for healing from the severe symptoms of post-traumatic stress …

Study Identifies Potential New Treatment Target for Sleep Apnea

In a new study with obese mice, researchers say they have added to evidence that specialized channel proteins are possible therapeutic targets for sleep apnea and similar abnormally slow breathing …

What Happens If Your Circadian Rhythms Are out of Whack?

If jet lag, nighttime snacking, lack of sleep, or irregular work schedules factor into your life, a recent study adds to the evidence of cancer …

Why Late-Night Eating Leads to Weight Gain, Diabetes

Scientists have uncovered the mechanism behind why eating late at night is linked to weight gain and diabetes. The connection between eating time, sleep and obesity is well-known but poorly …

Sleep as a New 8th Measure of Cardiovascular Health

Researchers have evaluated an expanded measure of cardiovascular health (CVH) that includes sleep as an eighth metric, in relation to cardiovascular disease …

Less Than Five Hours’ Sleep a Night Linked to Higher Risk of Multiple Diseases

Getting less than five hours of sleep in mid-to-late life could be linked to an increased risk of developing at least two chronic diseases, finds a new …

Individualized Fingerprints from Sleep Brainwaves Provide a Powerful New Tool for Understanding Disease

A team led by researchers has developed a powerful computational tool for understanding brain health and disease, providing an enhanced way of characterizing the activity of the brain during …

How Do Tired Animals Stay Awake?

New research provides clues to falling fast asleep — or lying wide awake. Studying fruit flies, researchers found that brain neurons adapt to help the flies stay awake despite tiredness in dangerous …

Home Sensors Can Detect Opioid Withdrawal Signs at Night

Some smart home technology could help curb opioid overdose. A pilot study showed that a set of noninvasive home sensors could provide accurate information about overnight restlessness and sleep …

Promising Medication for Sleep Apnea

Targeting a condition suffered by nearly a billion people worldwide, a new study has shown a drug previously used to treat depression can reduce obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) severity. While not yet …

Prenatal Acetaminophen Use Linked to Sleep, Attention Problems in Preschoolers

Acetaminophen use during pregnancy is associated with sleep and behavior problems consistent with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), according to a new …

Eating Late Increases Hunger, Decreases Calories Burned, and Changes Fat Tissue

While popular healthy diet mantras advise against midnight snacking, few studies have comprehensively investigated the simultaneous effects of late eating on the three main players in body weight …

Retiring Increases Amount of Sleep and Decreases Physical Activity

Researchers used accelerometers to study how the 24-hour movement behaviors, i.e. sleep, sedentary behavior, light physical activity and moderate-to-vigorous physical activity change in relation to …

Researchers Find Ways to Help Teens Get More Sleep

Newly published research sheds light on how adolescents can get more …

Myotonic Dystrophy: GABA Receptors Implicated in Sleepiness, Via Mouse Model

People with the inherited disorder myotonic dystrophy (DM) often experience excessive daytime sleepiness and fatigue, as well as altered responses to anesthetics that can put them at risk for …

The Surprising Link Between Circadian Disruption and Cancer May Have to Do With Temperature

Scientists pinpoint an unusual culprit in cancer: a family of genes that respond to temperature changes in the …

A Consistent Lack of Sleep Negatively Impacts Immune Stem Cells, Increasing Risk of Inflammatory Disorders and Heart Disease

Chronic, insufficient sleep can negatively affect immune cells, which may lead to inflammatory disorders and cardiovascular disease, according to a new study. More specifically, consistently losing …

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Source link Insomnia Research News was recently featured on ScienceDaily, an online platform dedicated to breaking scientific news, bringing the latest advancements in sleep technology and sleep science to the public’s attention.

According to the article, “Insomnia is one of the most common sleep disorders, affecting upwards of 10-15% of all adult Americans.” The article goes on to explain that Insomnia has been linked to a variety of physical, mental and emotional health conditions, including depression, anxiety, chronic fatigue syndrome as well as cardiovascular and gastrointestinal illness.

The article then explores the various research projects and studies currently investigating possible treatments and solutions for these conditions. Some of these studies suggest that cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) could be an effective way to manage insomniac patients, while other studies are looking at the potential of aromatherapy, such as lavender oil, in treating insomnia. This is particularly relevant as the use of such products is becoming increasingly popular as a natural home remedy for sleep issues.

The ScienceDaily article also highlights the importance of understanding insomnia and its accompanying symptoms. In its conclusion, the article stresses the importance of seeking professional help should insomnia persist.

This news feature on ScienceDaily is an important reminder of how vital research into this disorder is in order to make progress in treating the symptoms of insomnia and improving the overall quality of life of those affected by this condition. It is evident from the coverage that this issue is not to be taken lightly, and further research and development into better treatments for these conditions will certainly be exceedingly valuable for those affected by this disorder.

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