Tag Archives: Sleep

Hard-to-Treat Hypertension Among Black Adults May Be Linked to Sleep Apnea

Black people are more likely to have hypertension than their white counterparts. Now, new findings published in the journal Circulation suggest that untreated sleep apnea that’s moderate or severe is associated with increased odds of resistant hypertension in African Americans, according to an article by American Heart Association News. Sleep apnea is a serious sleep… Read More »

AHA: Sleep Apnea May Double Odds for High Blood Pressure in Blacks

Print this page MONDAY, Dec. 10, 2018 (American Heart Association) — Black adults with high blood pressure that defies standard prescription treatments might want to get screened for sleep apnea, new research suggests. Moderate or severe sleep apnea — in which a person can experience pauses in breathing five to 30 times an hour or… Read More »

Can’t sleep? We’ve reviewed 20 of the most popular insomnia cures.

“Have you tried Valerian root? Warm milk? Counting sheep?” It seems like whenever someone talks about their insomnia, there’s another person ready with a handful of different “natural” solutions. But which ones really work, and which ones are actually backed by science? This graph by Mattress Clarity clarifies twenty different insomnia solutions that can help… Read More »