• Woman Battling Weight Issues from Lack Of Sleep

    Addressing Sleep Could Help Women Avoid Weight Gain During Menopause

    Original Article | Posted by Sree Roy | Apr 1, 2021 Addressing sleep symptoms during menopause may reduce susceptibility to weight gain, according to a small study presented virtually at ENDO 2021, the Endocrine Society’s annual meeting. “Our findings suggest that not only estrogen withdrawal but also sleep disturbances during menopause may contribute to changes in a woman’s […]

  • Beta Blocker and Sleep Disturbance

    Beta-blockers May Contribute to Sleep Disturbances

    We do not wish to infer that anyone should stop beta blocker use, but just explain why the use of beta blockers may interrupt with the treatment of insomnia. Posted by Sleep Review Staff | Mar 16, 2021  Unusual dreams, insomnia and sleep disorders may be linked to beta-blockers, according to new research published in Hypertension, an American Heart […]

  • Family Sleeping At Night

    Stress Negatively Impacting the Quality of Sleep for Half of Americans, Finds ResMed Survey

    Original Article: Sleep Review | Posted by Sree Roy | Mar 20, 2021 | Demographics For half of Americans, stress over the past year is negatively impacting the quality of their sleep, according to the results of a nationwide survey of 1,000 adults commissioned by ResMed. What’s more, many are ignoring sleep challenges that could point to a larger underlying […]

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    Insomnia, Disrupted Sleep Linked to Severe COVID-19

    Original Article Posted by Sleep Review Staff | Mar 23, 2021 | Insomnia, Sleep & the Body Insomnia, disrupted sleep, and daily burnout are linked to a heightened risk of not only becoming infected with coronavirus, but also having more severe disease and a longer recovery period, suggests an international study of healthcare workers, published in the online journal BMJ Nutrition Prevention […]

  • Sleep Gut

    The Sleep-Gut Connection

    Original Article | Posted Jan 08, 2016, Authored by Michael J Breus, MD What is Sleep Gut? There’s a lot of discussion these days about sleep gut health—how a healthy gut can support overall health, and the ways a compromised gut may contribute to illness and disease. We’re learning more about the complexity of the vast, […]

  • Doctor checking nasal passage to address nasal breathing

    Why Nasal Breathing Is Best

    Posted by Sree Roy | Apr 5, 2019 | Mouth & Upper Airway, Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Sleep Review Magazine Nasal breathing is how our bodies are intended to breathe. By Brian D. Robertson, MD Sometimes we do not think about a disease until it becomes overwhelming. This is especially true when the symptoms are relatively mild, have an unclear origin, […]