4 edition of Sleep and health risk found in the catalog.
|Statement||J.H. Peter ... [et al.], eds.|
|Contributions||Peter, J. H. 1945-|
|LC Classifications||RC547 .S517 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 573 p. :|
|Number of Pages||573|
|ISBN 10||3540530835, 0387530835|
|LC Control Number||90010447|
lack of sleep increases your risk on children’s health, behavior, and development. Chronic sleep loss or sleep disorders may affect as many as 70 million Americans. This may result in an annual cost of $16 billion in health care expenses and $50 billion in. The impact of impaired sleep, which is more frequent among adolescents, was associated with a greater risk of asthma and allergies among this age group, but association does not equal
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is associated with obesity, which is also a major risk factor for heart disease and stroke. Besides obesity contributing to sleep apnea, sleep deprivation caused by sleep apnea can, in an ongoing unhealthy cycle, lead to further obesity, Dr. Arnett explained. The effects of lack of sleep are very real and potentially harmful to your health. Give your body the sleep time it needs to do the best it can to keep you well. If you’ve tried to get the recommended amount of sleep without success, speak with your doctor for additional .
Learn about the types of sleep, common sleep myths, and practical tips for getting adequate sleep and coping with jet lag and nighttime shift work. This booklet also gives information on avoiding dangerous drowsy driving and an overview of certain sleep disorders, such as insomnia, sleep apnea, restless legs syndrome, narcolepsy, and some. This difference may explain why evidence on the effects of acute sleep deprivation (e.g., one night of call) on physician performance has been mixed, despite robust evidence of negative impacts of sleep deprivation and extended work hours in other industries and other aspects of health care. The effects of sleep deprivation will become.
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He said disrupting sleep in turn affected health. "Sleep deficiency has been shown to increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, metabolic diseases like obesity and diabetes, and cancer. A representative cross section of the latest work in sleep research is presented in this book based on the international symposium "Sleep and Health Risk" held in Marburg in Clinical work, basic research and methodology are described by leading specialists in the field.
The clinical topics. A representative cross section of the latest work in sleep research is presented in this book based on the international symposium "Sleep and Health Risk" held in Marburg in Clinical work, basic research and methodology are described by leading specialists in the field.
Sleep and Health provides an accessible yet comprehensive overview of the relationship between sleep and health at the individual, community and population levels, as well as a discussion of the implications for public health, public policy and interventions. Skimping on sleep can raise the risk of many health problems and leave you prone to accidents.
Published: July, Sleep experts say we should get at least seven hours of slumber each night. But as many Sleep and health risk book one in three Americans routinely sleeps for less than six hours—a trend that can have serious health ramifications.
Not getting enough sleep can lead to motor vehicle crashes and mistakes at work, which cause a lot of injury and disability each year. Getting enough sleep is not a luxury—it is something people need for good health. Sleep disorders can also increase a person’s risk of health problems.
Sleep deprivation has its own health risks, and studies suggest that shift workers sleep less effectively than day workers. Part of the problem is that even brief exposure to light during the day. Interaction and Classification of Sleep and Health Risk.- 4 Sleep and Health Risk: Breathing Disorders.- Central Venous Oxygen Saturation, Abnormal Gas Exchange, and Rate of Fall of Arterial Oxyhemoglobin Saturation During Obstructive Apnea.- Advances in Respiration Acoustic Monitoring.- Variability of Breathing Pattern This chapter focuses on manifestations and prevalence, etiology and risk factors, and comorbidities of the most common sleep conditions, including sleep loss, sleep-disordered breathing, insomnia, narcolepsy, restless legs syndrome, parasomnias, sleep-related psychiatric disorders, sleep-related neurological disorders, sleep-related medical disorders, and circadian rhythm sleep disorders.
The risks of inadequate sleep extend way beyond tiredness. Sleeplessness can lead to poor performance at work or school, increased risk of injury, and health problems. In addition to anxiety and mood disorders, those with sleep disorders are risk for heart disease, heart failure, irregular heartbeat, heart attack, high blood pressure, stroke.
Sleep is now being seen as a potential risk factor for obesity along with the two most commonly identified risk factors: lack of exercise and overeating. Research into the mechanisms involved in regulating metabolism and appetite are beginning to explain what the. “With sleep apnea, your brain isn’t getting enough oxygen at night, and that increases the risk of cognitive impairment and possibly Alzheimer’s disease,” says Howard Fillit, MD, founding.
A representative cross section of the latest work in sleep research is presented in this book based on the international symposium "Sleep and Health Risk" held in Marburg in The clinical topics cover both the diagnosis and therapy of various sleep and sleep-related disturbances.
Sleep deprivation can be caused by stress, depression, poor eating habits, or a condition such as sleep apnea. Getting a bad night of sleep now and then is annoying, but not a health risk. However, chronic poor sleep may increase the likelihood of developing dementia, heart disease, type 2 diabetes.
See a book you want, Our exposure to artificial light has become so concerning scientists are now calling it a genuine health risk. A friend of mine who is also a public school teacher in California wasn’t getting much sleep and it was affecting his health and energy.
Of course it didn’t help that his job was very high stress thanks. The Health Fallout. Interrupted sleep can have negative consequences on your overall health. During the night, your body progresses through different stages of sleep.
If one stage is interrupted, your body has to reset and start going through the stages again, meaning you may never get to the deep, restorative sleep that occurs during later stages.
Sleep Health. Image. How Your Body Uses Calories While You Sleep. Burning calories is a term most often associated with aerobic exercise and physically taxing jobs.
But actually, you don’t need. Find out your risk for sleep apnea and if you may benefit from a sleep study or consultation with a sleep specialist. It takes just a few minutes to complete the assessment and your results are immediate. Take Health Risk Assessment.
The results provided by this risk assessment do not serve as a diagnosis. Introduction. Sleep insufficiency is a major health risk factor. Exposure to environmental noise may affect sleep duration and quality. The objective of this study was to assess the relationship between airport noise exposure and insufficient sleep in the United States by using data from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS).
Sleep apnea, averaging at least 9 hours of sleep a night, and excessive daytime sleepiness during an individual's middle years are all associated with increased risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. This book originated more than thirty years ago with the first publication of The Sleep Disorders that Peter Hauri, PhD, wrote.
Dr. Hauri wrote this book in response to the growing recognition that although sleep disorders fell under the domain of primary care, most primary care physicians did not receive education on these disorders during their medical training.
E-books 'can pose health risks' Published Decem by the reader is only exposed to reflected light from the pages of the book." "Sleep deficiency has been shown to increase the risk. #47 – Matthew Walker, Ph.D., on sleep – Part I of III: Dangers of poor sleep, Alzheimer’s risk, mental health, memory consolidation, and more "I think that sleep may be one of the most significant lifestyle factors that determines your risk ratio for .