3rd Clinical Update Sleep: International Conference 2018
Sleep and the social impact of sleep associated symptoms have become more important with a demanding modern lifestyle. Recent years have seen a significant increase in patients reporting symptoms of hypersomnia and insomnia, or circadian rhythm disorders. The world-wide obesity epidemic has also led to a significant rise in the prevalence of sleep-disordered breathing, particularly in obstructive sleep apnoea. New insights into the complex interrelationship between parasomnias and neurodegenerative conditions emphasize the importance of sleep medicine to public health.
Sponsor: The Journal of Thoracic Disease
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