Monthly Archives: September 2018

Sleep disturbance and cognition

Lack of sleep can affect your thought processes. In this study Angeliki Tsapanou, from Columbia University Medical Centre in New York, led a team of researchers who compared data from two studies of older adults in the US and Greece. … Continue reading

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Continuous positive airway pressure and quality of life

Sleep apnoea occurs when people’s windpipes collapse while they are asleep causing them to wake up with a start. One of the ways of treating it is using continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) – i.e. blowing air at a higher … Continue reading

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