Poor sleep is almost certainly linked to migraines, despite the findings of a new study suggesting otherwise. Though I'm merely a sample size of n = 1, Continuous Positive Airway Pressure therapy has dramatically decreased the number of morning migraines I experience. As it turns out, the study design has some flaws.
Many Americans are deprived of sleep, which leads to daytime drowsiness. At the office, it can cost employers millions of dollars in productivity loss. But behind the wheel, it can cost lives.
Snoring (sleep-disordered breathing, SDB) and cognitive decline linked in a new study. Does one cause the other? This study cannot tell us, and it s a stretch to figure out how that might work. Confounders, data-dredging also likely.