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Sleep Disorders New Findings

A new research findings make it easier for people with type-1 diabetes to get a safe night's sleep, People with type-1 diabetes often sense warning signs of low blood sugar when they are awake, but not during sleep, so an algorithm which calculates low blood-sugar level and temporarily stop insulin delivery until the sugar level leads upward, without any sleep disturbance to the patients For new born babies, parents are recommended to put their babies for supine sleep, which means to sleep on their back, so as to decrease the risk to prone from sudden infant death syndrome, safe sleep practices are important for infants and specially for premature born babies, Proper counseling is needed regarding safe sleep practices at the individual, hospital and public health levels. Recent research findings reveal that a habit of extreme sleep durations might affect memory in later life. Since tremendous changes in sleeping habit or duration of sleep from middle age to old age show negative effect on memory function. Generally people likely tend to sleep when they feel sick or suffer from infection, a recent finding in fruit flies shows that this habit is in linked with eliciting immunity response in treating the illness of the body, so it gives an message stating that when you feel sick, sleep as much as you can.
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Last date updated on June, 2014

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