Kelly Clarksons Hits are Making Her an Insomniac
American singer Kelly Clarkson has revealed that the reason behind her battle with Insomnia is her songs.
The former American Idol winner admitted that she is struggling with the sleep disorder, because her songs keep her awake at night.
The 25-year-old singer said that most of her...
Searching for shut eye: Penn study identifies possible sleep gene
... closed. When the channels are open, the brain is connected and working the fly is awake. When closed, the channel shuts down and the fly sleeps. The insomniac
fruit flies had less of the Sleepless-produced protein.
The lack of sleep didn't come without consequences. The Sleepless fruit flies lived about ...
Parental Insomnia Can Harm Adolescent Children
...girls, mean age just over 14, completed a sleep and health questionnaire. Both children of insomniacs and non-insomniacs were included.
Children of insomniac
parents were almost three times more likely to report symptoms of insomnia themselves, more than twice as likely to report fatigue, and more than five...
Mild Head Injuries Increase Risk of Sleep Disorders
... brain injury patients and should be considered when these patients report sleeping problems to avoid misdiagnosis. “Misdiagnosis of these patients as insomniac
may lead to prescription of medications, which help people fall asleep but don’t help normalize the sleep-wake cycle,” said Ayalon.
Latest Research on Insomnia/Narcolepsy
...g patented by a Swiss drug company is been developed for blocking the brain receptors, which respond to orexin. This may help treating narcoleptic and insomniac
patients to achieve more restful sleep during the night and allow fuller wakefulness during the day. SRI ...
Insomniacs have increased activity of stress hormones
...f physiologic arousal in insomniacs, instead of aiming to improve nighttime sleep . According to researchers antidepressants should be recommended to insomniac
patients which will decrease the activity of the strees system, instead of hypnotic drugs.
SOURCE: Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism