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Source: Business Standard
One night of sleep deprivation leads to an increase in men's perceptions of both women's interest in and intent to have sex, a new study has suggested.Results showed that when they were well-rested, both men and women rated the sexual intent of women as significantly lower than that of men.However, following one night of sleep deprivation, men's rating of women's sexual intent and interest increased significantly, to the extent that women were no longer seen as having lower sexual intent than...
Source: Business Standard
One night of sleep deprivation leads to an increase in men's perceptions of both women's interest in and intent to have sex, a new study has suggested.Results showed that when they were well-rested, both men and women rated the sexual intent of women as significantly lower than that of men.However, following one night of sleep deprivation, men's rating of women's sexual intent and interest increased significantly, to the extent that women were no longer seen as having lower sexual intent than...
Source: HealthCanal
DARIEN, IL – Two new studies show that fatigue may impair strike-zone judgment during the 162 game Major League Baseball season, and a MLB player’s sleepiness can predict his longevity in the league.One study found that MLB players’ strike-zone judgment was worse in September than in April in 24 of 30 teams.  When averaged across all teams, strike-zone judgment was significantly worse in September compared with April.  The statistical model demonstrated strong predictive value through the...
By: Johnathan Weiss
Source: Medical Daily
Good news for those who suffer from obstructive sleep apnea, a condition that prevents people from taking regular breaths while sleeping and reduces oxygenation in the body. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved Breathe Technologies' Sleep System for marketing. One in every 15 Americans is affected by sleep apnea and up to 24 percent of middle aged men and 9 percent of women are undiagnosed and untreated.The Sleep System (Continuous Positive Airway Pressur or CPAP) is meant to...
Source: HealthCanal
NEW YORK – Clinicians have long speculated that poor sleep may be a mechanism involved in the higher risk of further cardiac events or death among those with post-traumatic stress disorder following a heart attack, but the association between PTSD and sleep after a heart event has been unknown.Recent data from Columbia University Medical Center researchers have shown that symptoms of PTSD after a heart attack are relatively common. A PLOS ONE study (published in June 2012) found that 1 in 8...

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