Insufficient sleep has been linked to a wide variety of health problems. An expert panel concluded that most adults need right around 8 hours per night. Unfortunately, an estimated 40 percent of Americans are sleep deprived.
I’ve had a lot of questions recently about which kind of bed should I get? What kind of pillows should I use? My patients complain… I wake up in the morning and my neck is stiff and it hurts. My arm goes numb. When I sleep on my side, my hip hurts. My back’s hurting […]
Today I want to talk about a very important area of your health and that is sleep and how to get a better nights sleep consistently. Current studies show that almost half the population of America suffers from some type of sleep disorder or insomnia. These sleep issues include: Difficulty falling asleep Trouble staying […]
I see people come into my office everyday with all types of health issues and health concerns. One of the most common things I see is that people are overtired and they’re not sleeping very good. Are you able to fall to sleep at night or is your brain wired and too full of energy? […]
A lot of people ask me, “What pillow should I use?” Until recently I didn’t have a really great answer for them. Now with our advanced level partnership with Level Sleep we can recommend a great ergonomic pillow for people who are both back sleepers and side sleepers.
A very common question I get in the office is, “What is the best mattress for me to use?” There are a lot of claims out there about different types of beds. But we really want to focus on is what is studied and what is known.
One of the most important things when it comes to sleep is removing the interferences that are affecting your sleep on a regular basis. Do you know what the most common sleep interferences are?
Do you have trouble sleeping? I’ll bet you would love some tips to help you get more restful sleep so you can wake up feeling fresh and be the best version of yourself every day.
At this time of year, a lot of people are losing sleep and studies suggest that even one night of lost sleep will decrease your immune system making it more likely for you to get the cold and flu.
According to the CDC, lack of sleep is a public health epidemic, noting that insufficient sleep has been linked to a wide variety of health problems. After reviewing more than 300 studies to determine how many hours of sleep most people need to maintain their health, an expert panel concluded that, as a general rule, […]