People diagnosed with mental health disorders are more likely to report poor sleep quality, including sleep disturbances and problems falling back to sleep, than the general population.
Infants who experience poor sleep quality and disrupted sleep may be at increased risk of depression, anxiety, and behavioral problems as toddlers.
Opioids are often prescribed to help those with chronic pain manage sleep problems associated with their condition. New research reports opioids effect on sleep quality is limited and of poor quality. Additionally, opioids can increase the risk of sleep apnea.
A new study links poor sleep quality in older adults with elevated levels of tau, a protein associated with Alzheimer's disease. Researchers report poor sleep quality later in life may be associated with declining brain health and may be an early indicator of Alzheimer's disease.
Researchers say those who refrain from drinking alcohol during 'Dry January' experience better sleep quality, lose more weight and have more energy than those who don't participate.
Insomnia and other sleep disorders are worse for women who undergo surgical menopause rather than natural menopause, a new study reports.
Researchers have identified a neural link between depression and sleep problems. The study reports brain regions associated with short term memory, self and negative emotions are strongly connected in those with depression, and this may lead to bad sleep quality.
A new study reveals a link between religious attendance and better sleep quality. Researchers say religiosity could decrease some psychological distress, substance abuse and stress exposure, all of which are associated with sleep outcomes.
Researchers look at how sleep deprivation can impact cognition, information processing and memory. A new study reveals sleep deprived mice can demonstrate sleep like brain activity while awake.
Researchers at Northwestern University report older adults who suffer from sleep disturbances such as sleep apnea and restless leg syndrome might enjoy a better night's sleep by cultivating a purpose in life.
Men and older adults tend to get a better night's sleep when they have access to nature, whether it's green space or an ocean view.