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sleepiness

A film defect of lowered gloss in a high-gloss enamel or varnish; develops during drying.
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The study involved 91 patients who had daytime sleepiness and either snoring or mild to moderate sleep apnea, said Marie Marklund, Ph.
The primary objective was to identify at least one dose of E2006 that could provide a satisfactory balance of sleep efficiency (total sleep time as a proportion of time in bed) and next-day residual sleepiness.
Ironically, most PWN sleep poorly at night, exacerbating their daytime sleepiness.
To put this into context, the assessment tool used to determine new mums' sleepiness GPs also uses it to determine clinically relevant levels of sleepiness.
Critical care nurses and their employers must acknowledge the effect of fatigue, sleep deprivation and excessive daytime sleepiness on clinical performance and patient outcomes and must engage in strategies to mitigate these impairments.
The ADX-N05 Phase 2b results, announced by Aerial in October 2013, demonstrated a robust effect on excessive daytime sleepiness in patients with narcolepsy.
ISLAMABAD -- School kids who experience sleep-disordered breathing or daytime sleepiness are twice as likely to become bullies, according to a study.
They also measured sleepiness via the Epworth Sleepiness Scale score and correlations were made between the two variables.
Insomnia and daytime sleepiness are common problems in people with and without HIV.
Researchers at Penn State examined a random population sample of 1,741 adults and determined that obesity and emotional stress are the main causes of the current "epidemic" of sleepiness and fatigue plaguing the country.
NEW ORLEANS--Excessive daytime sleepiness in patients with obstructive sleep apnea remains a common and often debilitating problem, despite optimal use of continuous positive airway pressure treatment, according to Dr.