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Related to Sleep disorders: sleep apnea, insomnia, narcolepsy
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The information and data in the publication "Global Sleeping Aids Market Size, Share, Development, Growth and Demand Forecast to 2020 - Industry Insights by Sleep Disorders (Insomnia, Sleep Apnea, Restless Legs Syndrome, Narcolepsy, Sleep Walking and Others ), Product (Medication, Sleep Laboratories, Mattresses and Pillows and Sleep Apnea Devices), by Medication (Prescription Drugs, OTC Drugs and Herbal Drugs)" represent the research and analysis of data from various primary and secondary sources.
Key clinical point: Possible relationships between sleep disorders and poor mental health should be explored.
The survey was conducted by CPAP Australia, an Australian company that distributes medical products and devices to manage sleep disorders.
The annual World Sleep Day is a call to action on issues related to sleep as sleep disorders lead to significant health problems and reduced quality of life.
He said sleep disorders could interrupt the slumber of both the sufferer and their partner.
Parkway SleepHealth Centers is a comprehensive sleep health center and innovative leader in the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders.
The effects of sleep disorders should not be underestimated," said Allan O'Bryan, executive director of World Association of Sleep Medicine (WASM).
While accumulated knowledge about sleep physiology, biochemistry, sleep deprivation, circadian rhythms and sleep problems is encyclopedic, the truth of the matter is that there are really only three sleep disorders that primary care physicians will frequently encounter among their patients.
The goal of this chapter is to educate clinicians regarding how to incorporate the use of cognitive behavior treatment (CBT) with hypnosis in the treatment of sleep disorders.
It points out that 25% of families of infants and toddlers, and 20% of those of adolescents have problems with sleep disorders.
Sleep disorders are being diagnosed more frequently as clinicians are becoming more aware of them.
Read the National MS Society's Sleep Disorders and MS: The Basic Facts.