Sleep disorders are common and not only do they disrupt your sleep, they can truly impact your quality of life. They can also affect your partner’s sleep as well. To receive an official sleep disorder diagnosis, your primary care physician will likely refer you to a sleep professional for an in-laboratory sleep study test known as polysomnography.
If your doctor suspects you have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), they'll likely recommend you have a sleep study conducted to diagnose the disorder properly. To determine the diagnosis, there are two primary types of sleep study tests: a polysomnogram (PSG) where you're supervised by a sleep technologist and a home sleep apnea test (HSAT) where you take the test in the comfort of your own home.
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Sleep and Alzheimer's This article highlights just how important sleep is for our health. Losing sleep can really impact our health in many ways. This is one of those ways. "If you think that a bad night's sleep is harmless, think again. New research suggests that a single night of sleep deprivation can increase levels of a protein involved in Alzheimer's disease."
Effects of Missing Sleep When you miss out on a good night's sleep there are some serious effects on you that could be affecting your relationship! Sleep deprivation causes physical appearance changes and can result in you looking less healthy and even less attractive to your partner. Your sense of humor goes right out the window. Sleep directly affects how you're feeling. You will feel more distant, less secure
Sleep is a Super Power! It may sound extreme but getting a greats night sleep heals you faster and keeps you healthier. While you're sleeping your body releases hormones that are responsible for the growth of tissue. Your cuts, sore muscles, and various injuries do most of their healing while you're asleep!
Fascinating Things Can Happen While You Sleep This article talks about 5 things that you can do while sleeping! Some of these are sleep disorders or conditions that you should be aware of and some are just crazy things that happen! "Have you ever woken up in the morning to the sight of a disgruntled partner, upset that you gave them a long speech in your sleep?"