Ask the Sleep Doctor – Topics: Night Eating, PTSD, Sleep Apnea and Dementia

Dear Dr. Rosenberg, I am a night eater. I probably consume over 40% of my calories after dinner. When I…

9 months ago

Women’s Health Sleep Survey – ASA, Women’s Health and Thrive Global

ASA is partnering with Women's Health and Thrive Global to learn more about women's biggest sleep issues and ultimately help…

10 months ago

Ask the Sleep Doctor – Topics: Ambien, Medical Marijuana and Sleep, and Sleep Apps

Dear Dr. Rosenberg, My mom is 72 years old. She is my dad’s caregiver as he has Alzheimer's. She has…

10 months ago

Sleep Helps Infants with Language Development

Babies’ brains do astonishing things during sleep.  New research out of Leipzig at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive…

10 months ago

Monitoring Oxygen Levels Could Help with Pediatric Sleep Apnea

New research shows that a thorough analysis of blood oxygen levels during sleep in children with habitual snoring could help…

11 months ago

Gaps in Treatment and Diagnosis of Childhood Sleep-Disordered Breathing

Sleep apnea and other sleep disorders are usually conditions found in adults; however, children are also suffering from sleep-disordered breathing,…

11 months ago

Health Span Affected by Sleep Apnea

Over the last 20 years, there has been a steady increase in the number of patients diagnosed with obstructive sleep…

11 months ago

Using Electronic Devices Decreases Sleep Quality

In this technological society, most people love the comfort of their screens.  Devices are used at all hours of the…

11 months ago

Stress Hormones and Sleep Patterns Change After Violent Crimes

In 2015, the U.S. Department of Justice reported that the United States saw nearly 1.2 million violent crimes, including sexual…

11 months ago

Sleep Disorders in At-Risk Alzheimer’s Patients May Increase Cognitive Dysfunction

New online research published early in the Annals of the American Thoracic Society¸ indicates that those with sleep-disordered breathing and…

11 months ago