Tag: "insomnia" at medical news

Depression linked to insomnia in HIV patients

Depression appears to be a major cause of insomnia in people with HIV, according to a new systematic ...The studies reviewed here illustrate that although insomnia is a frequent complaint in people living with HIV, there is considerable uncertainty about its cause...

Mayo Clinic finds restless legs syndrome in children linked to family history, iron deficiency

...larger group of children, looking at children with insomnia complaints as a whole to see how many had restless legs syndrome." Dr. Kotagal and his colleague Michael Silber, M.B.Ch.B., Mayo Clinic neurologist and sleep specialist, indicate that restless legs syndrome may account for some of the age-old notion...

Gastrointestinal disorders are associated significantly with sleepless nights

... study. The National Sleep Foundation has defined insomnia as any of the following: difficulty falling asleep... parts of the United States, found a prevalence of insomnia in 48 percent....

Melatonin supplements offer little or no benefit for the sleep deprived - study says

...fit people who suffer from sleep disorders such as insomnia the supplements appear to help some people fall asleep sooner once they go to bed, but the benefits are limited the supplements do not appear to affect sleep quality, wakefulness after sleep onset, total sleep time, or percent of time spent in rapi...

Canadian researchers to develop 'smart drug' to repair psychiatric disorders

...ffects. Side effects can range from sluggishness, insomnia and anxiety to severe psychoses, and limit prolonged use of these medications. The new generation of "smart" drugs will target only the cells where communication balance is impaired, leaving healthy areas of the brain unaffected. Wang estimates t...

Insomnia poorly understood by medical profession

...omnia, concluding that awareness and assessment of insomnia by family doctors is a priority. Estimates sugges...and colleagues outline how effective management of insomnia begins with recognition and adequate assessment. Family doctors and other health care providers such...

Obesity tied to increased risk for dozens of conditions

...h complaints that reduce the quality of life, like insomnia or chronic fatigue, says lead author Ruth E. Patterson, Ph.D., R.D. The study appears in the December issue of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. "No other study has provided data on the association of obesity with such a compendium of heal...

Data suggest ADDERALL XR significantly improved simulated driving in young adults with ADHD

...cluded decreased appetite, weight loss, dry mouth, insomnia and bruxism (teeth grinding). The most common side effects reported by patients taking placebo during the trial included decreased weight and headache. The study was supported by Shire Pharmaceutical Development Inc. About ADHD Although there is n...

Sleep disorders often indicate multiple health conditions

...gree of attention deficit in non-OSA patients with insomnia or a lack of deep, restorative sleep. Test results indicated that 28 patients suffered from neuromuscular disorders and mood and anxiety disorders. Ten patients suffered from primary neuromuscular disorders, such as fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, or...

New study: Small, frequent doses of caffeine best strategy for staying awake

...tension, myocardial infarction and stroke. Chronic insomnia afflicts more than 10 percent of adult Americans, who regularly experience difficulty falling or staying asleep at night. Another 250,000 Americans have narcolepsy, a genetically heritable neurological sleep-wake disorder characterized by uncontrolle...

Experimental drug improves sleep in older patients, Wake Forest Baptist study shows

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. Older people with insomnia slept better and longer after taking an experiment...ld be documented by its equipment. The 264 insomnia patients in the study, all between 65 and 85 years old, were randomly assigned to either take eszopi...

Long-term study proves ADDERALL XR is a safe and effective option to treat adults with ADHD

...cations, and included dry mouth, loss of appetite, insomnia and headache. The average age of participants was 40 and all had a history of ADHD before age 7. Of the participants, 60 percent were men and about 90 percent were Caucasian. Many of the participants were not diagnosed until they were adults and r...

Sleep problems in early childhood may predict substance use during adolescence

Researchers know there is an association between insomnia and the subsequent onset of alcohol abuse, nicotin...g adolescence. Previous research has linked insomnia with the subsequent onset of alcohol abuse, nicotine dependence, and drug abuse/dependence in some a...

Are toddlers who can't sleep at higher risk of becoming teens who smoke, drink or do drugs?

... time as they develop a tolerance. And people with insomnia are far more likely than others to abuse alcohol, ...pay attention to their children's complaints about insomnia and overtiredness," says Wong. "If necessary, they should discuss those problems with their child's ...

First national sleep conference March 29-30 explores sleep's role in public health

...ide new evidence that suggests that in some cases, insomnia may be a disorder of "hyperarousal." Other cases of insomnia are secondary to other medical, psychiatric, neurologic, or medication conditions, or are associated...

Morning headaches associated with depression, anxiety disorders

...a good indicator of major depressive disorders and insomnia disorders. Contrary to what was previously suggested, however, they are not specific to sleep-related breathing disorder," concludes Dr. Ohayon....

Lexapro receives FDA approval for the treatment of generalized anxiety disorder

...vs. 7.5 %), ejaculation disorder (14.3% vs. 1.5%), insomnia (11.9% vs. 5.6%), fatigue (7.7% vs. 2.1%), decreased libido (6.8% vs. 2.1%) and anorgasmia (5.7% vs. 0.4%). ...

Starting dose of Lexapro as effective as optimally dosed Zoloft in the treatment of depression

...3%), diarrhea (13% and 23%), nausea (17% and 17%), insomnia (14% and 17%), libido decreased (10% and 14%), upper respiratory tract infection (10% and 14%), dry mouth (4% and 14%), headache (13% and 10%), and somnolence (12% and 6%). Study Methodology Two hundred twelve patients, 18 to 80 years of age with m...

New drug proves helpful for treating long-term insomnia

...rating sustained efficacy of a medication to treat insomnia for a period of six months. Eszopiclone (trade nam... was administered nightly to patients with chronic insomnia and led to significant improvement in patients' ability to fall asleep and stay asleep and in the qu...

How a nightcap may hinder rather than help your sleep

...that most recovering alcoholics have both types of insomnia but the onset problem is generally worse." More th...nset of alcohol dependence. "The rate of chronic insomnia in the general adult population is about 10 to 15 percent," said Currie. "In our study, more than 5...

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