sleep disorder

Women less likely to admit that they snore

Women less likely to admit that they snore

New York: Women are more likely to under-report their snoring problem as compared to men, says a new study. In the study the researchers ...Read More

Mumbai: Sleep disorders rise; 1 of every 5 patients suffer from OSA

Mumbai: Sleep disorders rise; 1 of every 5 patients suffer from OSA

Mumbai: One of every five patients in India suffers from the sleeping disorder, as per a study and about 20.3 per cent patients visiting ...Read More

Tiger Woods says he is getting ‘professional help’

Tiger Woods says he is getting ‘professional help’

Miami, Tiger Woods, arrested three weeks ago for impaired driving, said today he is receiving “professional help” to manage his medicatio...Read More

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Epilepsy may increase sleep-disordered breathing: study

Melbourne: Patients with epilepsy may have an increased incidence of sleep-disordered breathing, a latest Australian study has found.

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