sleep apnea

4:35 pm
Mon November 3, 2014

Is Your Office Affecting Your Sleep Patterns?

A recent study found that the amount of natural light office workers are exposed to may impact the duration and quality of their sleep.
Mark Norman Francis Flickr

A recent study published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine found that those who worked close to windows slept better and longer than those who didn’t. Dr. Eric Dyken, a sleep expert, says this has to do with our bodies' circadian rhythms.

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River to River
3:27 pm
Mon June 23, 2014

Procrastination at Bedtime: How Late Activity Ruins Plans for Shut Eye

"The Nightmare" by Henry Fuseli is thought to be a rendition of a condition known as sleep paralysis
Penn State

Procrastination - a problem for many of us at the workplace and at home; and now, a study shows it’s a problem at bedtime, too.

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River to River
1:06 pm
Thu January 3, 2013

The Sleep Doctor: Sleep Apnea

A man using a sleep apnea machine.
A. Strakey / Flickr account

Abnormal pauses in breathing during sleep may be a symptom of a common disorder called sleep apnea.

Neurologist Dr. Eric Dyken, the director of the Sleep Disorders Center at the UIHC, answers your questions about sleep apnea and seasonal affective disorder as well as the warning signs and what treatments are available.

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