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Spring 2022 Research Highlights “Undiagnosed Sleep Disorder Breathing” as a Risk Factor for Critical COVID-19 Consequences

2022-07-28T11:17:26-07:00

A recent article in Elsevier found that those with “severe COVID-19” tend to develop acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), which requires treatment in the intensive care unit (ICU). COVID-19 is also associated with various comorbidities that are similar to those with Sleep Disorder Breathing (SDB).

Spring 2022 Research Highlights “Undiagnosed Sleep Disorder Breathing” as a Risk Factor for Critical COVID-19 Consequences2022-07-28T11:17:26-07:00

Research Shows “Good Sleep” Just as Important as Exercise in Keeping Obesity at Bay

2022-06-18T11:10:32-07:00

Obesity has been dubbed an epidemic in America (and other countries) for many years now, and of course, exercise and a healthy diet have long been “prescribed” as the best way to lose weight and keep it off. However, a recent study out of Denmark

Research Shows “Good Sleep” Just as Important as Exercise in Keeping Obesity at Bay2022-06-18T11:10:32-07:00

Danger of the Common OSA/COPD Co-morbidity

2022-06-18T11:13:06-07:00

The most common type of sleep apnea is obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), and many people who struggle with OSA also have chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Recent research has shown that patients with both conditions are likelier to experience “poor outcomes.” This is why The

Danger of the Common OSA/COPD Co-morbidity2022-06-18T11:13:06-07:00

REM Sleep Behavior Disorder and Co-Morbidities

2022-06-18T11:28:44-07:00

Sleep disorders like REM Sleep Behavior Disorder (RBD) inherently have co-morbidities, with recent studies exploring the link between PTSD and Parkinson’s Disease. The Insomnia and Sleep Institute of Arizona is home to leading sleep specialists. You will always have an initial consult with a sleep

REM Sleep Behavior Disorder and Co-Morbidities2022-06-18T11:28:44-07:00

Why Restless Leg Syndrome Can Begin During Pregnancy

2022-06-18T11:10:16-07:00

It is estimated that up to 10 percent of U.S. adults have Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS) and that some experience onset during pregnancy. The Insomnia and Sleep Institute of Arizona treats all types of sleep and sleep-related disorders, including RLS. Staffed by sleep specialists who

Why Restless Leg Syndrome Can Begin During Pregnancy2022-06-18T11:10:16-07:00