These Top Ten recent topics since last June feature concerns about relocating CPAP in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, ear loop masks for mouth breathers, news from the Maryland A.W.A.K.E. group, sleep apnea versus narcolepsy, slow CPAP results, and more.
These Top Ten recent topics since last June feature concerns about sleep studies, CPAP mask usage, understanding the relationship between ADHD and sleep, dealing with hypersomnia, traveling with CPAP, and more.
Sleep eating disorders are not the result of “poor willpower” or some other judgmental explanation. While they’re uncommon, they do exist and are considered part of the Rare Disease category. Make no mistake: Sleep eating disorders can definitely make life hard for those suffering.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a wide-ranging problem, affecting people from all walks of life. Connect the dots with us this PTSD Awareness Month as we explore the different populations most affected by PTSD, as well as current therapies and research to prevent, relieve, and possibly cure those who suffer from it.