Recent Research: In the News

Pharmacotherapy Failure in Chronic Insomnia Patients



Published in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings
Pharmacotherapeutic Failure in a Large Cohort of Patients With Insomnia Presenting to a Sleep Medicine Center and Laboratory: Subjective Pretest Predictions and Objective Diagnoses

Articles

Barry's Video Blog

Sleep Well: People with PTSD have a higher rate of sleep disorder

Posted in Barry's Video Blog

Dr. Krakow discusses an article recently written on AZDailySun.com

Albuquerque News: Vets center sees more PTSD

Posted in Barry's Video Blog

KOBTV, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Golf in the Sleep Kingdom

Posted in Barry's Video Blog

There was a study presented at the annual chess conference couple of weeks ago about how golf scores were lower in patients treated for sleep apnea.

Quick Morphine Treatment May Help Prevent PTSD

Posted in Barry's Video Blog

By Allie Montgomery
Published: Thursday, 14 January 2010

Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD) affects both active duty soldiers and war veterans, but now there may be a way to help prevent it. Immediately administering a treatment of morphine to troops wounded in the field can cut the chance in half that they will develop PTSD, according to a new study that is suggesting a new strategy for preventing the psychological fallout of war.

Sleep Talking Causes

Posted in Barry's Video Blog

Dr. Barry Krakow discusses the causes of sleep talking.