A survey of people who had been diagnosed with COVID-19 but never hospitalized found that 76% developed insomnia—and anxious or depressed people were more vulnerable.
Biologists have identified a gene, neuromedin U (Nmu), that when over activated causes severe insomnia.Read More
New analysis suggests that cognitive behavioral therapy can work for patients whose insomnia is coupled with medical and psychiatric conditions.Read More
RT magazine’s sister-publication Sleep Review will host a free webcast on pediatric sleep medicine on February 25 at 2 PM ET/11 AM PT.Read More
It’s not the number of stressors, but your reaction to them that determines the likelihood of experiencing insomnia, according to new research.Read More
New research from St. Michael’s Hospital (Toronto) has found that insomnia does not put patients at increased risk of developing high blood pressure.Read More