Sleep Apnea (stopping breathing while sleeping) can be treated in several ways. However, the most common method is called CPAP
Understanding sleep disorders
by Dr. Rosenberg
By Robert Rosenberg, DO What you need to know to get a good night’s sleep: We know that 30% of the American population
Sleep and alcohol use are firmly intertwined. We know that 30% of people with insomnia turn to alcohol to help them sleep.
By Robert Rosenberg, DO Why is it that so many people complain of sluggishness after lunch? What is it about this particular
Much has been made about the relationship of sleep to insulin resistance. We know that even in the absence of
The menopause is defined as the time period which begins after a woman has gone 12 months without a period.
John, a 25-year-old combat veteran of Afghanistan, was sent to me for sleep apnea by the local VA hospital. He
It is well-known that people with Alzheimer’s have difficulty with sleep. One of the areas the disease attacks is the sleep/wake center
If children are not sleeping well, they may experience developmental or behavior problems, and in turn, parents and siblings may
Parasomnias are undesirable behavioral or physiological events that occur during sleep, such as sleepwalking. One unusual parasomnia is referred to