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  1. Poor sleep may negatively affect parents’ health-related quality of life (HRQoL). This longitudinal study aimed to describe and compare sleep, insomnia and HRQoL in mothers and fathers of preterm and full-born...

    Authors: Gunhild Nordbø Marthinsen, Sølvi Helseth, Milada Småstuen, Bjørn Bjorvatn and Liv Fegran
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2024 8:8
  2. The optimal treatment for central sleep apnea (CSA) depends on the underlying pathophysiology and should consider the potential for hemodynamic impairment when using positive airway pressure devices. While the...

    Authors: Christoph Müller, Jens Kerl and Dominic Dellweg
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2024 8:7
  3. Sleep is an essential component of human health and well-being, playing a crucial role in several cognitive processes, including attention, memory, and executive function. In this study, we aimed to examine th...

    Authors: T. Muhammad, A. H. Sruthi Anil Kumar and T. V. Sekher
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2024 8:6
  4. Patients with chronic pain frequently have comorbid sleep disturbances. Since improvement of sleep may alleviate both sleep problems and to some extent pain, sleep studies in this group becomes relevant. Polys...

    Authors: Karin Abeler, Svein Bergvik and Oddgeir Friborg
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2024 8:4
  5. Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) has been under-investigated in rural communities, particularly through a sex/gender lens. The purpose of this study was to examine the prevalence and correlates of OSA risk among ...

    Authors: Ishita B. Zaman, Bonnie Janzen, Chandima Karunanayake, James A. Dosman and Punam Pahwa
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2024 8:5
  6. Since evaluating sleep quality among students is of great importance and is one of the challenges facing the health field regarding this group, we were determined to conduct this study to evaluate the psychome...

    Authors: Ali Pourramzani, Samane Ghafari, Arman Shafiee, Jafar Fili, Mohammad Amin Sattari, Nahid Borna and Hamed Hajishah
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2024 8:2
  7. Intolerance of positive airway pressure therapy for obstructive sleep apnea is common. Upper airway muscle therapies show promise as alternative treatments. The didgeridoo, which is a musical instrument, can b...

    Authors: Varun Badami, Nawaf Abaalkhail, Alex Petro, Cathy Alessi, Jennifer L. Martin, Maria Cristina Sanchez, Joseph M. Dzierzewski, Alex Suarez and Constance H. Fung
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2024 8:1
  8. Most of the time increasing age and improper lifestyle enhance the burgeoning health challenge for middle-aged and older adult persons. In this way, the present study seeks to know the association of morbidity...

    Authors: Subhadeep Saha, Priya Das, Tanu Das, Partha Das and Tamal Basu Roy
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2023 7:12
  9. Current evidence supports associations between circadian, sleep, and mood disturbances. However, it is still debated to what extent different chronobiological and mood variables act independently or in synergy...

    Authors: Valentina Paz, Natalia Coirolo, Bettina Tassino and Ana Silva
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2023 7:11
  10. The existing screening tools for the detection of moderate and severe obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) are tailored to Western individuals. The aim of this study was to formulate and validate a simple anthropomet...

    Authors: Toshiyuki Hirasawa, Mina Kobayashi, Hideaki Nakayama, Mariko Yanagihara and Yuichi Inoue
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2023 7:10
  11. Narcolepsy is a chronic brain disease characterized by excessive sleepiness and classified into two types based on the presence of cataplexy or reduced level of cerebrospinal fluid orexin-A (hypocretine-1): na...

    Authors: Kuniyuki Niijima and Masakazu Wakai
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2023 7:9
  12. Sleep quality and its effects have become a public concern over the last few years. While the prevalence of sleep disorders was increasing, several studies have linked diet and physical activity as a cause of ...

    Authors: Nawaf W. Alruwaili, Nasser Alqahtani, Maryam H. Alanazi, Bushra S. Alanazi, Meznah S. Aljrbua and Othman M. Gatar
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2023 7:8
  13. Improving daytime functioning is a key treatment goal for patients with insomnia disorder. In a phase 3 study, using the Insomnia Daytime Symptoms and Impacts Questionnaire (IDSIQ), daridorexant 50 mg signific...

    Authors: Pierre-Philippe Luyet, Antonio Olivieri and Guy Braunstein
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2023 7:7
  14. Patients with either Idiopathic Hypersomnia or Narcolepsy demonstrate excessive daytime somnolence (EDS) with resultant inattention mimicking Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Patients with ADHD...

    Authors: Caroline Dodson, Karen Spruyt, Ciaran Considine, Emily Thompson, Osman S. Ipsiroglu, Kanika Bagai, Rosalia Silvestri, Barbara Couvadelli and Arthur S. Walters
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2023 7:6
  15. Impairments in sleep health are associated with the development or worsening of chronic pain. Further, chronic pain can cause sleep health disruption by impacting sleep onset, sleep maintenance, sleep quality,...

    Authors: Mohamed Eissa, Anuj Bhatia, Shikha Bansal, Tania Di Renna, Mary McLoone, Jennifer Stinson, Fiona Campbell, Stephen Brown, Sarah Sheffe, Yen Shuang Law, Kawalpreet Singh, Rachael Bosma and Mandeep Singh
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2023 7:4
  16. Sleep is causally linked to the maintenance of every major physiological body system and disturbed sleep contributes to myriad diseases. The problem is, however, is that patients do not consistently, nor spont...

    Authors: Matthew E. Hirschtritt, Matthew P. Walker and Andrew D. Krystal
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2023 7:3
  17. Sleep apnea headache is a major symptom accompanying obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), but relatively little evidence has been reported on the magnitude of its negative effects on patients or the evaluation of th...

    Authors: Hiromitsu Tabata, Masako Kinoshita, Mitsutaka Taniguchi and Motoharu Ooi
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2023 7:2
  18. Sleep quality has significant impacts on many aspects of quality of life. Therefore, identifying the association of sleep quality with that quality of life domains could lead to deeper insights for social poli...

    Authors: Masood Badri, Mugheer Alkhaili, Hamad Aldhaheri, Guang Yang, Muna Albahar and Asma Alrashdi
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2023 7:1
  19. The “spring forward” change to Daylight Savings Time (DST) has been epidemiologically linked with numerous health and safety risks in the days following the transition, but direct measures of sleep are infrequ...

    Authors: Zachary Owen, Sohrab Saeb, Sarah Short, Nicole Ong, Giulia Angi, Atiyeh Ghoreyshi and Shannon S. Sullivan
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2022 6:13
  20. Postnatal depression (PND) is an important public health problem with far-reaching consequences for mothers, families, and society. Current treatment approaches tend to focus on the depressive symptoms of the ...

    Authors: Katherine Hall, Ritaben Patel, Jonathan Evans, Rosemary Greenwood and Jane Hicks
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2022 6:12
  21. Multiple factors may contribute to sleep disruption among individuals with type 2 diabetes mellites. Sleep disruption among individuals with type 2 diabetes mellites is frequently associated with long-term dam...

    Authors: Dagmawit Zewdu, Haileyesus Gedamu, Yeshiwork Beyene, Mekdes Tadesse, Mahlet Tamirat and Silenat Muluken
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2022 6:10
  22. Sleep deprivation is the lack of sleep that is associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular illness, diabetes, obesity, cognitive impairment, vehicle accidents, and workplace accidents, as well as being...

    Authors: Tadele Lankrew Ayalew, Belete Gelaw Wale and Kirubel Eshetu Haile
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2022 6:11
  23. Inadequate sleep is a problem for teens world-wide. Identifying the biological and cultural factors that underlie this phenomenon is dependent on tools that can accurately query sleep-related behaviors. While ...

    Authors: Ya-Ting Carolyn Yang, Han-Yun Chang, Chung-Yao Hsu, Cheng-Yu Lin and Jamie M Zeitzer
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2022 6:9
  24. Sleep disturbances are common in women, especially during pregnancy. This can result in emotional and psychological consequences for pregnant women, and it could lead to some serious complications for both mot...

    Authors: Jaleta Teressa Tasisa, Telake Azale Bisetegn, Halima Umer Hussen, Ayalew Abate Moges and Mulugeta Gobena Tadesse
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2022 6:7
  25. Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is one of the diseases related to diabetes. Considering the varying prevalence of OSA in patients with type 2 diabetes in different parts of the world, in order to aggregate the r...

    Authors: Bahare Andayeshgar, Maryam Janatolmakan, Ali Soroush, Seyyed Mohsen Azizi and Alireza Khatony
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2022 6:6
  26. The Minimal Insomnia Symptom Scale (MISS) is a three-item screening instrument that has been found to be psychometrically sound and capable of screening for insomnia among adults and older people. This study a...

    Authors: Gita Hedin, Pernilla Garmy, Annika Norell-Clarke, Hanne Tønnesen, Peter Hagell and Albert Westergren
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2022 6:5

    The Correction to this article has been published in Sleep Science and Practice 2022 6:8

  27. Excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS), a primary symptom of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), negatively affects functioning and quality of life (QoL). EDS can persist despite primary airway therapy, and often remai...

    Authors: Christine Won, Richard K. Bogan, Karl Doghramji, Joseph Ojile, Shay Bujanover, Danielle L. Hyman, Kathleen A. Hewett and Robert Thomas
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2022 6:4
  28. To determine the efficacy of decreasing spinal curvature – when sleeping laterally – in reducing low-back pain (LBP) and improving sleep quality in people with chronic LBP. Secondly, to investigate whether sle...

    Authors: Roman Bolton, Hidde Hulshof, Hein A. M. Daanen and Jaap H. van Dieën
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2022 6:3
  29. There is mounting evidence for a reciprocal yet bidirectional association between sleep-disordered breathing and hypertension. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), a common cause of systemic hypertension is an indep...

    Authors: Pedro Pallangyo, Lucy R. Mgopa, Zabella Mkojera, Makrina Komba, Jalack Millinga, Nsajigwa Misidai, Happiness J. Swai, Henry Mayala, Smita Bhalia, Salma Wibonela and Mohamed Janabi
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2021 5:17
  30. While the importance of adequate sleep duration to normal brain development is well known, more studies are needed to characterize how undiagnosed sleep disturbance other than suboptimal sleep duration may imp...

    Authors: Xiaoxu Na, Ting Li, Linda J. Larson-Prior, Caroline E. Baldwin, Thomas M. Badger and Xiawei Ou
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2021 5:16
  31. Clinically significant disc herniations in the thoracic spine are rare accounting for approximately 1% of all disc herniations. In patients with significant spinal cord compression, presenting symptoms typical...

    Authors: Tyler D. Alexander, Anthony Stefanelli, Sara Thalheimer and Joshua E. Heller
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2021 5:15
  32. The aim of this study was to discover significantly changed proteins in human blood serum after loss of 6 h sleep at night. Furthermore, to reveal affected biological process- and molecular function categories...

    Authors: Alvhild Alette Bjørkum, Ana Carrasco Duran, Berven Frode, Dola Sinha Roy, Karen Rosendahl, Even Birkeland and Linda Stuhr
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2021 5:14
  33. Sleep is essential for wellbeing, yet sleep disturbance is a common problem linked to a wide range of health conditions. Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) is an endogenous fatty acid amide proposed to promote better...

    Authors: Amanda Rao, Phillippa Ebelt, Alistair Mallard and David Briskey
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2021 5:12
  34. Sleep difficulties are associated with impaired executive functions (EFs) in school-aged children. However, much less is known about how sleep during infancy relates to EF in infants and toddlers. The aim of t...

    Authors: Isabel Morales-Muñoz, Saara Nolvi, Tiina Mäkelä, Eeva Eskola, Riikka Korja, Michelle Fernandes, Hasse Karlsson, E. Juulia Paavonen and Linnea Karlsson
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2021 5:13
  35. The recent pandemic has made it more challenging to assess patients with suspected obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) with in laboratory polysomnography (PSG) due to concerns of patient and staff safety. The purpos...

    Authors: Najib T. Ayas, Rachel Jen and Brett Baumann
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2021 5:11
  36. Malignant obesity hypoventilation syndrome (MOHS) is described as a subtype condition of OHS, characterized by extreme obesity, obese-related hypoventilation, and multiorgan dysfunction. Because of low awarene...

    Authors: Shengyu Hao, Lingling Pang, Liang Xie, Xu Wu, Zilong Liu, Pengfei Yu and Shanqun Li
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2021 5:10
  37. Autonomic dysregulation associated with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) may limit cardiopulmonary responses to exercise, which, in turn, may impair functional aerobic capacity (FAC) and walking economy. We aimed...

    Authors: Monira Aldhahi, Shipra Puri, Vivek Jain and Jeffrey E. Herrick
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2021 5:9
  38. Sleep is a crucial part of our lives and insufficient sleep has been linked to several health disorders in both children and adults. However, most studies are based on single night laboratory polysomnography, ...

    Authors: Jesper Pedersen, Martin Gillies Banke Rasmussen, Line Grønholt Olesen, Peter Lund Kristensen and Anders Grøntved
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2021 5:8
  39. Poor quality of sleep has a negative effect on academic performance of medical students. Quantity and quality of sleep in addition to average sleep time are strongly linked with students’ learning abilities, p...

    Authors: Tirusew Wondie, Alemayehu Molla, Haregewoin Mulat, Woynabeba Damene, Mengistu Bekele, Derebe Madoro and Kalkidan Yohannes
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2021 5:7
  40. Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) is a neuromodulatory technique approved by the US Food and Drug Administration for use in treatment-resistant major depressive disorder. It works by generati...

    Authors: Ricardo Oroz, Simon Kung, Paul E. Croarkin and Joseph Cheung
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2021 5:3

    The Correction to this article has been published in Sleep Science and Practice 2021 5:6

  41. The aim of this investigation was to examine the longitudinal association between change in insomnia status and the development of anxiety and depression in the general population.

    Authors: Magnus Johansson, Markus Jansson-Fröjmark, Annika Norell-Clarke and Steven J. Linton
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2021 5:5
  42. To investigate the relationship between objectively-measured, free-living sleep quantity and quality, and cardiometabolic health, in a rural African setting in 139 adults (≥40 years, female: n = 99, male: n = 40)...

    Authors: Ian Cook, Matlawa Mohlabe and Herbert Mabalane Makgopa
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2021 5:4
  43. Sleep disturbance is a common complaint in people living with HIV/AIDS. Despite the influence of sleep disturbance on treatment adherence, quality of life, work productivity, risk of chronic illness, it remain...

    Authors: Nebiyu Mengistu, Telake Azale, Solomon Yimer, Mahlet Fikreyesus, Elsa Melaku and Seid Shumye
    Citation: Sleep Science and Practice 2021 5:2

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