Posts Tagged ‘sleep disturbances’

By On August 19th, 2016

Could a Wearable ‘Visor’ Reduce The Risk Of PTSD?

Sleep disturbances have long been associated with post-traumatic stress disorder and recent research suggests it may even play a role in the development of PTSD. With this in mind, a group of researchers from Brain State Technologies has set out to develop a tool they believe could reduce the risk of PTSD in individuals by…


By On March 17th, 2014

Gene Mutation Found In Flies May Be Responsible For Insomnia

It seems like every month or two a new study comes out showing how bad sleeping patterns can be detrimental to your mental health. It is clear that insomnia can affect diet, cognitive abilities, and even motor function, but science is still attempting to understand what causes the inability to sleep. But, they believe they…

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