The following links direct you to press releases summarizing research that will be among more than 1,300 scientific abstracts presented in Seattle, Wash., at SLEEP 2009, the 23rd Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies LLC (APSS). Each of these abstracts will be presented on Monday, June 8, the first day of the scientific program. Abstract details are included at the end of each press release.
The abstracts being presented at SLEEP 2009 were recently published in a special supplement of the journal SLEEP. You can download the abstract supplement as a 10 MB file in PDF format.
- Relationship Found between Napping, Hyperactivity, Depression and Anxiety
- Sleep Disorders are Largely Under-Diagnosed in Pediatric Patients
- Consumption of Highly Caffeinated Beverages and Late-Night Technology Use Results in Poor Sleep for Adolescents
- Genetic Link Found between Anxiety, Depression and Insomnia
- Chronic Insomnia with Objective Short Sleep Duration in Men Is Associated with Increased Mortality
- Men Who Work with their Female Partners More Likely to Adhere to CPAP Therapy
- Problem Solving and Coping Styles Related to CPAP Adherence
- Race and Short Sleep Duration Increase Risk for Obesity
- Long and Short Sleep Durations Are Associated with Increased Risk for Diabetes
- Sleep Restriction Results in Weight Gain Despite Decreases in Appetite, Food Cravings and Consumption
- Study Shows Sleep Extension Improves Athletic Performance and Mood
- Study Finds Regular Daily Exercise Does Not Increase Total Sleep Time
- Television Watching Before Bedtime Can Lead to Sleep Debt
- Excessive Computer/Console Gaming Associated With Poor Sleep Hygiene and Increased Sleepiness