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Factoring in age and other health related issues, the study determined that women with sleep disorders are 3.
USPRwire, Wed Dec 13 2017] The 29th International conference on Sleep Disorders and Medicine will take place on July 16-17, 2018 in the city London, UK.
So Mysliwiec and colleagues labeled what they saw as "trauma associated sleep disorder," or TSD.
The market growth is attributed to the surge in prevalence of sleep disorders, rise in geriatric and obese population, and change in lifestyle.
In order to gain a better understanding of this association, the team conducted a meta-analysis of 29 studies that assessed how sleep disorders, such as insomnia and obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA), may be associated with stroke and stroke recovery.
Although sleep disorders are common after a stroke, very few stroke patients are tested for them," said study author Dirk Hermann from University Hospital Essen in Germany.
In the review, the team used data from dozens of studies that connected sleep disorders with stroke and conducted a meta-analysis.
Insomnia is a sleep disorder in which people have difficulty falling or staying asleep.
Research indicates that successfully treating sleep disorders in people with MS can make a difference in their overall energy levels.
Key clinical point: Possible relationships between sleep disorders and poor mental health should be explored.
A snapshot of the global therapeutic scenario for Sleep Disorders.
The survey was conducted by the Melbourne Sleep Disorders Centre.