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Sleep Disorder

As per available reports about 20 Relevant journals, 35 Conferences, 60 Workshops are presently dedicated exclusively to Sleep disorder and about 2,070 articles are being published on Sleep disorder.

A sleep disorder, orsomnipathy, is medical of the sleep patterns of a person or animal. Some sleep disorders are serious enough to interfere with normal physical, mental, social and emotional functioning.

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Scope and Importance
Sleep is essential for a person’s health and wellbeing, according to the National Sleep Foundation (NSF). Yet millions of people do not get enough sleep and many suffer from lack of sleep. If a sleep-deprived person doesn’t sleep after the initial signs, the person may then start to experience apathy, slowed speech and flattened emotional responses, impaired memory and an inability to be novel or multitask. as a person gets to the point of falling asleep, he or she will fall into micro sleeps (5-10 seconds) that cause lapses in attention, nod off while doing an activity like driving or reading and then finally experience hypnagogic hallucinations, the beginning of REM sleep. (Dinges, Sleep, Sleepiness and Performance.

Women are more likely than men to have difficulty falling and staying asleep and to experience more daytime sleepiness at least a few nights/days a week. Research has shown that too little sleep results in daytime sleepiness, increased accidents, problems concentrating, poor performance on the job and in school, and possibly, increased sickness and weight gain. Getting the right amount of sleep is vital, but just as important is the quality of your sleep. Biological conditions unique to women, like the menstrual cycle, pregnancy and menopause, can affect how well a woman sleeps. This is because the changing levels of hormones that a woman experiences throughout the month and over her lifetime, like estrogen and progesterone, have an impact on sleep.
The most common sleep problem in women is insomnia. This includes trouble falling asleep, staying asleep or early awakening, and inability to resume sleep. Other common sleep disorders are sleep-disordered breathing, restless legs syndrome, periodic limb movement disorder, and narcolepsy. Well before menopause is on the horizon, melatonin (the natural chemical that regulates our internal clocks to help us fall asleep at night) is already starting to decline and dip with your menstrual cycle. As you grow older it continues to slow production, making it harder and harder to fall asleep. Studies also show that how women sleep changes over time. In general, women get their best sleep when they are young adults. As women age, changes in their bodies and hormones affects the quality of their sleep. Older women get less deep sleep. They are also more likely to wake up at night. Physical factors can also disturb their sleep. This includes arthritis, breathing problems, and hot flashes. A woman's feelings also have a strong effect on how she sleeps. Stress, depression, fear, and other strong emotions can greatly reduce the quality of her sleep.
Market Analysis According to the sleep disorders market to 2017, the report provides about the geographical distribution of sleep disorders therapies across the US, the top five countries in the European region and Japan and in-depth analysis of the top four sleep disorders therapeutic indications, which are insomnia, restless leg syndrome, narcolepsy and sleep apnea. It also includes the market forecasts and treatment usage patterns of these four therapeutic indications. The report also explores the competitive landscape including top companies benchmarking. The sleep disorders market has been a fast growing market, with insomnia considered to be the prime factor for chronic disability in the workforce. In 2010, the Sleep Disorders Market was worth $3.5 billion, which is forecast to decrease to $3.4 billion by 2017, with a rate of -0.4% between 2010 and 2017. This is mainly affected by insomnia, which is a leading indication among all types of sleep disorders. The insomnia therapeutics market has been growing at a fast pace over the past few years, but is expected to decline with a rate of -3.8% from 2011 to 2017 due to high competition in the market, which will be a barrier for prospective entrant.

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8.2nd Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Conference
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    November 17-19, 2014 Chicago, USA

Related Organizations

  • The American Sleep Association (ASA)
  • American Academy of Sleep Medicine
  • American Sleep Apnea Association
  • National Sleep Foundation
  • Sleep Research Society
  • American Association of Sleep Technologists
  • The European Society of Contraception and Reproductive Health (ESC).
  • Association of Reproductive Health Professionals, Oakland, CA
  • National Birth Control Association
  • Birth Control and Society
  • National lipid association
  • American Heart Association
  • California Medical Association
  • California Pediatric Medical association


  • ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union)
  • National Women’s Law Centre
  • Planned Parenthood
  • CerebainBiotech
  • Clinical Trial Network (CTN)
  • CloneTex Systems Inc.
  • Cyberonics, Inc.
  • MTM Medical
  • Narang Enterprises
  • Narula Udyog
  • ndd Medical Technologies
  • Neotec Medical Industries
  • NESS Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation Systems, Ltd.
  • Nihon Kohden
  • Nihon Kohden America, Inc.
  • NOA Medical .

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