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Sleep and aging


Omics International publishes 304 Open Access Articles in 13 International Journals it has 32 Upcoming Conferences and 15 Previous Conferences with 581 Conference Proceedings and 92 National symposiums so far in the field.

The cases of Sleep Disorders are there because, people either do not report the condition or do not know they have sleep apnea with them. People’s misconceptions about the sleep and aging that, an older would have lesser sleep than a younger boy. There were reports in Max (2004) articles, Sleep Disorder or Somnipathys medical disorder of the sleep patterns of a person. Sleep disorders are serious enough to interfere with normal physics and mental conditions, emotional functioning. Scientist use polysomnography to test c sleep disorders

The pattern of sleep changes as we get older and older. Along with the sleep patterns our physical appearance also gets changes. So, all these things are common concepts for common people that sleep pattern get decrease with the ages of a particular persons, like, an adult man would have less sleep pattern than a child. This is a big misconception. A human body need perfectly same sleep durations throughout the life. There aren’t any big defections with this term. But, if these two different words were same then it could have been easier to use. Psychiatrist and psychologist and neutralist around the world are doing their research and contributing best knowledge and treatments to cure the sleep disorders.

OMICS International through its Open access initiatives is committed to make genuine and reliable contributions to the scientific community by publishing research work and conference paper related to such disorders. It is known that OMICS Group hosts over 700 edge peer reviewed Open Access Journals and organizes over more than 1000 Global Events annually. Its publishing group journals have over 5 million readers and the fame and success of the same can be attributed to the strong editorial board which contains over 75000+ eminent personalities that ensure a quality and quick review process checker.

Importance and scope:

Psychiatrist and psychologist and neutralist around the world are doing their research and contributing best knowledge and treatments to cure the sleep disorders. Sleep therapy is a medical specialty or subspecialty devoted to the diagnosis and therapy of sleep disturbances and related disorders. Scientist have provided increasing knowledge through research, and answered many questions about sleep-wake functioning related questions. Sleep therapy/Disorders are rapidly evolving field and has become a recognized medical subspecialty in all the continents.

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The Neurobiology of Sleep and Circadian Rhythm

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Sleep and breathing

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Sleep Disorders related journals

  • Journal of Sleep Disorders & Therapy

  • Sleep Disorders

  • Frontiers in Psychiatry

  • International Journal of Dream Research

  • Open Sleep Journal

  • Nature and Science of Sleep

  • SLEEP Journal

  • Sleep Medicine

  • Journal of Sleep Research

  • Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine

  • Indian Journal of Sleep Medicine

  • Sleep Medicine Reviews

  • Journal of Sleep Medicine and Disorders

  • Journal SLEEP

List of major Sleep Disorders related Research Centres

  • Armenian sleep disorders association

  • Austrian sleep research association

  • Belgian association for sleep research and sleep medicine

  • British sleep society

  • Bulgarian sleep society

  • Croatian sleep research association

  • Czech sleep research and sleep medicine society

  • Danish society for sleep medicine

  • Dutch society for sleep and wake research

  • Estonian sleep medicine association

  • Finnish sleep research society

  • French society for sleep research and sleep medicine

  • German society for sleep research and sleep medicine

  • Hellenic sleep research association

  • Hungarian society for sleep medicine

Market Analysis

National Institute of health (NIH) in America is providing opportunities by funding for the research in specific areas. NIH funded around 116 million Dollars on Physical rehabilitations and Sleep disorders in 2015 + 1,272 million Dollars every year on Social science and behavioural. Every adult have experienced insomnia or sleeplessness at once in their life. It is estimated 30% to 50% of the general population is affected by sleep Disorders and about 10% have chronic insomnia or Sleep disorders. Sleep Disorders affects all age groups from Childs to Adult. Sleep Disorders affects women more often than men and Childs.

People living in poverty, rates of Sleep disorders, mental and emotional difficulties are reported even higher. Woman are affected rapidly by this disorders in everywhere in the world as first it is started with emotional, worry, Bipolar Disorders etc. Embodiment study of the Sleep Aging or Sleeping Disorders is rapidly growing in USA of America and in Europe’s research markets.

As we get older along with the physical changes occur to body, similarly changes to our sleep patterns are normal aging process parts. As people age they have a tougher time falling of asleep, and a lot of hassels staying asleep as younger once they are. There is common saying that sleep needs decline with age. However, research demonstrates that our sleep needs remain constant throughout adult life. So, what is keeping seniors awake? The changes within the patterns of our sleep - what specialists call is sleep architecture, which occur as we age and this might contribute problems to sleep. Various stages of sleep are dreamless periods of light, and occasional periods of active dreaming (REM sleep) and, deep sleep. Thus sleep cycle is repeated several times during the night and although total sleep time tends to remain the same, older people spend more time in the lighter stages of sleep than in deep sleep.

Though certainly not all, many older adults, report being more tired during the day and less satisfied with sleep. Studies on the sleep habits of older Americans show an increase in the time it takes to sleep latency (fall asleep), an overall decline in REM sleep, and an increase in sleep fragmentation (waking up during the night) with age increases. The prevalence of sleep disorders also increases as age increases. However, research suggests that abudent of the sleep disturbance among the elderly can be attributed to physical, and psychiatrical sicknesses and therefore the medications accustomed treat them.

In addition to changes in sleep pattern that occur as age tends, other factors affecting sleep are the circadian rhythms, and the timing of our bodily functions that coordinate, including sleep. Suppose, older people tend to become sleepier in the early evening and wake earlier in the morning compared to younger adults. Which is called advanced sleep phase syndrome. This sleep rhythm is shifted forward so that 7 or 8 hours of sleep are still obtained but the individuals will wake up extremely early because they have gone to sleep quite early. The reason for these changes.

 

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