Sleep Apnea Treatment

Sleep apnea doesn't really call for medications but intranasal corticosteroid medicines are administered on children for a mild case.Pickwickian syndrome was the first name bestowed to the condition by William Osler in the early 20th Century, probably after the novel The Pickwick Papers. Morning fatigue, lack of concentration, memory problems, personality changes, etc. are noticeable at the start of the day.

Sleep apnea doesn't really call for medications but intranasal corticosteroid medicines are administered on children for a mild case.Pickwickian syndrome was the first name bestowed to the condition by William Osler in the early 20th Century, probabl ... More

Health Q&A
Sleepness.

I can't sleep at night..if i go to bed at 11pm..i fall asleep around 2 to 3 am...if i get up around 7 to 8 am then the whole day i feel heavy...burning eyes...lack of concentration...sleepy etc . but if i get up around 12 pm...then i feel good and fresh...actually i get good sleep from 4 am to 12pm..so is it my sleep cycle changed or is it some other sleep related problem?

Major depression 3 years

I m currentlytaking escitalopram .The problem is nightmares . I can't sleep at night and if I do I get nightmares which breaks my sleep. I however can sleep at daytime. i take my med in morning . is there any thing which can help my sleep prob. i m studyng mbbs n i m unable to attnd clases bcz of this. have tried yoga.

Loss of sleepness

He cant able to sleep in nights as he tried many medicines...what can he do??? What will be the solution

Pease help(sleeping prob)

Last night I was thinking about future at that time I was feeling slight sleep but I continued day dreaming so at 1 am tried to sleep but no results tried all tricks(fails) stayed awake for entire night just had slight sleep of half hour between.Almost month ago this continued for 7 days wrost 7 days of my life. I'm student and this affects my studies badly. I try to stop my mind but it always fails.Please suggest something and it would be better if solution is possible at home

Sleeping disorder

Sometimes I wake up from sleep and see string-like structures floating in the air, and sometimes it's like the ceiling is coming down onto me. It is slightly scary for a second or two and then I realise that it's not real - a hallucination maybe? This started when I was 17 or 18 (although once I saw a robot-like silhouette in a similar situation when I was maybe 14) and it occurred only twice or thrice since then until about a couple of weeks ago the frequency of occurrence increased - I had these hallucinations 3 times already in two weeks! I haven't been a very happy person for a while now and I don't know if that has got something to do with this problem, but since it's all interconnected somewhere I'd like to know if I have some underlying neurological issues. I've read about this and it seems common but I'm still concerned. Hoping for a good answer. Thanks!