NIH Sleep Disorders Research Plan (for next 3-5 years)

The National Institutes of Health 2011 NIH Sleep Disorders Research Plan identifies research opportunities to be pursued over the next three to five years in order to spur new approaches to the prevention and treatment of sleep disorders. Recommended research initiatives include looking at the connection between sleep and circadian systems (the body’s natural 24-hour cycle), studying the influence of genetic and environmental factors that could influence a person’s sleep health, and conducting more comparative effectiveness trials to improve treatments for sleep and circadian disorders.

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Format: NHLBI produced publications : Black/White 
Page Count: 34 pages 
Subject: Sleep-Other/General Sleep 
Audience: Health Professionals 
Language: English 
Size: 8.5 in. X 11 in.
Date of Publication: 2011

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