Linked to Sleep Disorder
However, the researchers aren't sure which came first: the sleep disorder or the antidepressant use.
Scientists at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City and the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor say the finding is a complete reversal of previous research and that drug makers will have to design new medications to treat sleep disorders, jet lag and some forms of depression.
Help Sleep Apnea -- In-Depth Doctor's Interview
When you sleep, you breathe through your nose and mouth. When you have sleep apnea, you can't breathe through your nose or mouth. The airway's closed. Your body tries to get a breath and no oxygen goes in.
Sleep Drug May Cause Fewer Side Effects
A new kind of sleep medication may not cause the typical behavioral side effects, such as dependence and abuse, as other sleep drugs.
Wine Makes You Sleepy
A nice glass of red wine with dinner is often just what the doctor ordered when it comes to getting a good night's sleep.