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Concise guide to evaluation and management of sleep disorders. 3rd ed.
Data from the 1990s suggest that sleep disorders themselves cost an estimated $15.8 billion in medical costs, a figure the committee believes is conservative.
The National Sleep Foundation publishes brochures on sleep and sleep disorders. Write: 1522 K Street, NW, Suite 500, Washington, DC 20005.
The researchers found that more than one-fourth of participants (26.8 percent) were diagnosed with a subsequent sleep disorder. Health care utilization was not significantly predicted by sleepiness.
Questionnaires such as the STOP-BANG and Epworth Sleepiness Scale were used to assess the nurses for sleep disorder symptoms.
In "Restore Your Rest: Solutions for TMJ and Sleep Disorders", Dr.
"We have a higher than average prevalence of diabetes in the UAE, which is why we start looking closely at the relationship between weight-related issues, diabetes and sleep disorders," he says.
In our study, we also investigated the relationship between sleep disorders and most common complains of stressed people which are common pains and tiredness.
Epidemiological studies have demonstrated that sleep disorders are associated with a decline in cognitive performance, productivity, mood, and quality of life, as well as with major social, medical, and economic impacts.
Although the amount of caffeine and the time that it was consumed were not specifically indicated in this study, the authors suggest that different types of sleep disorders have different pathogenesis and avoiding caffeine intake may not be the answer for all.
The study's implications include the need for physicians to advise patients with insomnia or females with sleep apnea to use caution while driving without "exaggerating risks that introduce undue fear to patients with other sleep disorders and thereby limiting mobility unnecessarily," the authors wrote.