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Another study finds that women are more susceptible to insomnia than men

I recently came across yet another study that found women are more likely to suffer from insomnia than men. Research from the University of Glasgow found that 51% of adult women in the UK have difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep. Furthermore, three quarters of women surveyed reported symptoms of [...]

Insomnia increases your risk of heart attack

We already know that insomnia may increase your risk of heart disease. Now a new study out of Norway suggests that insomnia sufferers are at a higher risk of heart attack compared to those who sleep well. The study looked at 52,610 men and women over an eleven year period. [...]

You call yourself an insomniac, but you ARE sleeping

Have you ever heard of the condition sleep state misperception? Those who suffer from it feel as though they aren't getting any sleep, when in fact they're getting plenty (or at least far more than they think). As an example, one individual sought help after getting only three hours of [...]

It’s time to take sleep problems related to shift work seriously

We already know that shift workers often have trouble with sleep (I've offered sleep advice for shift workers before). Recently, an Australian professor stated that the accident rate of shift workers is double that of non-shift workers. This is all the more concerning when you consider just how appealing the [...]

Insomnia may increase your risk of heart disease

Over the past fifty years, sleep duration has fallen by around 1.5-2 hours. This should be all the more concerning since a study published in the European Heart Journal found that short sleepers were 48% likelier to develop coronary heart disease within 7-25 years, and 15% likelier to suffer from a stroke [...]

Seroquel should not be used as an insomnia cure

The FDA has not approved atypical antipsychotic drugs (including Seroquel) to treat insomnia, yet the US military is still prescribing the drug to overseas troops as an insomnia treatment. Low doses (25mg) of Seroquel (generically known as quetiapine) have been approved by the Department of Defense to treat insomnia against the advice [...]