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At Advanced Cardiovascular Sleep Disorder Center in Auburn, AL, we always want to keep our clients informed. Check out our blog entries on the latest news and developments regarding sleep disorders.

What does Mom want most for Mother's Day?

May 13, 2018 By Aishling Sleep Health Management - 0 Comments

What does Mom want most for Mother's Day?

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Female fertility affected by sleep disorders

May 9, 2018 By Aishling Sleep Health Management - 0 Comments

Female fertility affected by sleep disorders

[by Tamara Sellman RPSGT CCSH for Advanced Cardiovascular Sleep Disorders Center] If you’re trying to become pregnant and you have a sleep disorder, your odds are higher that you’ll experience more infertility issues than those who don’t have sleep disorders. A study from Taiwan published late last year in Sleep focused on sleep disorders other than sleep apnea to understand their potential impacts on fertility in women. Sleep apnea isn't the ...

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Did you know that sleep can be disrupted by the menstrual cycle?

May 6, 2018 By Aishling Sleep Health Management - 0 Comments

Did you know that sleep can be disrupted by the menstrual cycle?

[by Tamara Sellman RPSGT CCSH for Advanced Cardiovascular Sleep Disorders Center] Ever wonder why women are said to be twice as likely to complain of poor sleep than men? It might be as simple as having a menstrual cycle. Research suggests that during the menstrual cycle, women tend to have restless sleep directly related to the cyclical hormonal changes in a woman’s body throughout her mature life. These problems with sleep accompany the variations ...

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Auburn University students: final exams call for prioritizing sleep!

May 2, 2018 By Aishling Sleep Health Management - 0 Comments

Auburn University students: final exams call for prioritizing sleep!

[by Tamara Sellman RPSGT CCSH for Advanced Cardiovascular Sleep Disorders Center]  Here’s a question for collegiate debate teams everywhere: Is pulling an all-nighter a good idea when it comes to final exams and their outcomes? Some research suggests that a quarter of all college students don't get at least eight hours of sleep on any given night. During the week(s) of finals, that number probably drops off. The same research shows that ...

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