More erections with this new way to sleep

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More erections with this new way to sleep

In just the last decade, science has uncovered the critical relationship between sleep and health.

Poor sleep has been associated with many major diseases.

Now, the work of understanding this relationship can begin.

Depression and cognitive impairment are two common health problems that are closely tied to poor sleep.

Recently, researchers conducted an in-depth examination looking at these 3 factors.

They identified one specific sleep problem as a major factor for men.

The study showed that difficulty getting to sleep greatly increases the risk of depression and cognitive impairment in men.

Luckily, problems initiating sleep can be mitigated with lifestyle interventions.

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This human research was carried out at the School of Nursing, College of Nursing, Taipei Medical University in Taiwan. The results were published in the American Journal of Men’s Health.

Cognitive impairment means a noticeable decrease in mental function.

Sleep problems, depression, and cognitive impairment are related problems that are increasingly affecting older men.

“Sleep and depression are strongly associated with cognitive impairment.”

But the exact relationship between these 3 health problems is unclear.

“The role of sleep disturbances in the adverse effect of depression on cognitive dysfunction in older adults remains unclear.”

The study was designed to understand the effect of sleep problems on cognitive impairment and depression.

“This study explored the mediating effect of self-reported sleep disturbances on the relationship between depression and cognitive impairment in older adults according to sex differences.”

Over 2,000 people were enrolled in the study. All of the participants were over the age of 65.

The participants completed a number of questionnaires.

The first questionnaire was designed to investigate any sleep disturbances experienced by the participants.

“Sleep disturbances were measured using self-reported survey questions.”

There are many types of sleep disturbances. 

Some people can’t sleep for very long. 

Others repeatedly wake after getting to sleep. 

For some people it’s very difficult to get to sleep.

The sleep questionnaire was designed to identify which types of sleep disturbances the individual was suffering from.

The participants also completed a detailed standardized questionnaire designed to assess depression.

“The Center for Epidemiological Studies Depression scale was used to assess depression.”

Finally, the participants took part in the Mini-Mental State Examination. 

This is a test designed to look for changes in mental function. 

It can identify cognitive impairment or Alzheimer’s disease.

“The Mini-Mental State Examination was used to evaluate cognitive impairment.”

The research showed that men were less likely to suffer from depression or cognitive impairment.

“A higher proportion of female older persons had cognitive impairment and depression than male older persons.”

It also found that sleep problems only seem to increase the risk of cognitive impairment and depression in men.

“The mediating effect of sleep was detected in only men.”

The detailed sleep questionnaire allowed them to say even more about the relationships.

Trouble getting to sleep seems to be the major sleep problem for men related to depression and cognitive decline.

“Difficulty in initiating sleep was a complete mediator of the adverse effect of depression on cognitive impairment.”

It’s an important discovery because improving this aspect of sleep may have significant benefits for older men.

“Difficulty in initiating sleep may be a crucial, treatable mediator of the adverse effect of depression on cognitive impairment in older men.”

There are a number of ways in which this aspect of sleep can be improved.

In some cases, it may simply mean avoiding stimulating substances like coffee later in the day.

Recent research has shown that light can also have a huge effect on difficulties in initiating sleep.

For example, very bright light early in the day seems to improve this aspect of sleep.

Whereas bright blue light in the evening and at night can cause problems getting to sleep. Using a computer screen or phone at night? Turn on “night time” mode so your screen doesn’t show much blue, and mostly a “warm” reddish color — that will promote sleep.

Reading a novel is a great way to get sleepy. Avoid surfing the web or social media before bedtime.

“Interventions should focus on managing sleep disturbances in the older population, particularly in men.”

You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about treating and diagnosing health-related problems.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.


Sleep Mediates the Relationship Between Depression and Cognitive Impairment in Older Men