Inadequate Sleep can Affect the Ability to Express Gratitude in Romantic Relationships

A recent research by scientists from the University of California found that the lack of a good night’s sleep had an adverse effect on romantic relationships, especially in expressing gratitude or appreciation of the other. When sleep is less, even saying a simple ‘thank you’ may be difficult and this may leave the partner feeling …

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When Wives Can’t Sleep, Marriage May Suffer

Monday, June 20, 2011 at 10:39AM When wives can’t fall asleep, that tends to trigger marital tensions the next day, a new study suggests, whereas the sleep issues of husbands barely impact spousal relationships. Researchers tested the sleep patterns of 35 young and healthy married couples for 10 nights using noninvasive sensors that monitored rest …

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Sleep apnea linked to silent strokes, small lesions in brain

American Stroke Association Meeting Report – Abstract 3434/P161 – Embargoed until 8am CT/9am ET February 01, 2012 Study Highlights:  Sleep apnea is common in people with silent strokes and small lesions in the brain. Having more than five sleep apnea episodes per night was associated with silent strokes. Early treatment of sleep apnea may help …

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2007 Best Abstract in Dental Sleep Medicine

FUNCTIONAL EFFECTS OF MANDIBULAR ADVANCEMENT ORAL APPLIANCES ON AWAKE UPPER AIRWAY PATENCY IN OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA Tsuiki S,l Ryan F,2 Alan L2 Inoue Y1 (1) Japan Somnology Center, Neuropsychiatric Research Institute, Tokyo, Japan, (2) University of British Columbia, British Columbia, Canada Introduction : In the narrowed upper airway of patients with obstructive sleep apnea (OS …

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Researchers Link Stroke, Sleep Apnea and Death

News Stories Obstructive sleep apnea decreases blood flow to the brain, elevates blood pressure within the brain and eventually harms the brain’s ability to modulate these changes and prevent damage to itself, according to a new study published by The American Physiological Society. The findings may help explain why people with sleep apnea are more …

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