Sleep Library

Everything You Need to Know About Sleep

Philips CPAP Recall – What to do?

BlueSleep has non-CPAP treatments for sleep apnea patients whose CPAP machines are recalled.

The Power Nap

The power nap is a short nap usually 20-30 minutes in a dark quiet environment

Sleep Apnea and Reflux - Sleep Scholar

Waking up in the middle of the night gasping for air is not always Obstructive Sleep Apnea.

Dr. Stern's New Study on Effectiveness of Oral Appliances for Sleep Apnea

New study published by Dr. Stern shows that oral appliances are as or more effective than CPAP

From Thrive Global. Dr. Stern Shares his Daily Sleep Routine for Quality Sleep

Healthy sleep requires a healthy lifestyle, and a healthy lifestyle requires healthy sleep

Why CPAP is Not Always the Best Treatment for Sleep Apnea: A Commentary by Founder Dr Jordan Stern

Let me tell you which is the best treatment for sleep apnea ... the one that works for you..!

Natural Remedies for Better Sleep

What can you do to help yourself, your child, or loved one sleep better?

ABC World News Now's Sleep Solution Series

Check out the exciting series where ABC's Diane Macedo sets out to better her sleep

Sleep and Medication

There are medications that put you to sleep and medications that keep you awake.

Jet Lag and Sleep

Jet Lag is when you travel across time zones, throwing off your circadian rhythms making you

BlueSleep and Fitbit present research results on diagnosis of sleep apnea with Fitbit Versa

BlueSleep and Fitbit presented results of their research results at the World Sleep Congress.

The Cost of Poor Sleep - Epoch Times

Sleep apnea tolls the health of tens of millions.

Sleep Testing in Your Own Home

The most common form of testing for sleep disorders is the sleep lab.

Sleep Disorders

Sleep disorders are a lot more common than you think.

Napping on the job? "Absolutely," says Dr. Stern - WCBS-TV NY Interview

The Benefits of Napping: The Power Nap at the Office

Sleep Paralysis

Sleep Paralysis is listed as a disorder but is really a symptom.

9 Things You Never Knew Your Body Does While You Sleep - Cosmopolitan Magazine

It Wakes Up a Lot More Than You Realize.

Narcolepsy

Narcolepsy is a neurological disorder with no cure but symptoms can be managed.

Restless Leg Syndrome

RLS is a neurological disorder that affects about 10% of the adult population.

Sleep Walking and Talking

Sleep Walking involves the sleeper appearing to be awake when they actually asleep.

OMG Banana Oatmeal Pancakes

Best after great night's sleep from - Acid Reflux Cure Dropping Acid The Reflux Diet Cookbook

BlueSleep is Currently Offering Telemedicine Sleep Consultations in More U.S. States

Click to Read Dr. Stern's Article

Should You Sip an Espresso Before Your Next Nap? - Van Winkle's

Naps are great in theory: grab a few zzzzz’s after lunch to shake off the midday yawns.

Medical Uses of Naps

Napping can help control the disorder but is usually just part of the overall treatment.

Sleep and Technology

Sleep and a technology; a love-hate relationship.

Sleep Paralysis - Dr Stern Interviewed by WPIX TV 11

Sleep paralysis is a terrifying and relatively common condition.

Tech for Sleep Monitoring

Typically, technology is blamed for disrupting sleep, as many keep their phones nearby during

Dr. Stern with Dr. Oz & Arianna Huffington

The Dr. Oz show, and Arianna Huffington, organized a free sleep clinic in NYC.

The Dangerous Side Effects of Acid Reflux Drugs

Read what Dr. Stern has to say about The Dangerous Side Effects of Acid Reflux Drugs

REM Behavior Disorder

EM Behavior disorder happens only 1/100th the time of sleep apnea.

Cat Naps

Humans in their adult years compared to most other species don’t usually nap.

Why Going To The Gym Can Help Your Sleep

Why you will sleep better and be more alert during the day if you work out regularly?

Circadian Rhythm

So light affects our sleep cycle?

Artificial Light and Sleep

It’s time for bed – what’s your routine?

Unrested and Untested

Millions of Americans and their doctors don’t know they have sleep apnea.

Nightmares

As a matter of fact, in 60% of nightmares anxiety and stress are the cause.

Golden Beet Salad Recipe

Golden beet salad with apple, carrot, black cherry vinaigrette on endives and cilantro.

Crispy Salmon Recipe

Crispy Salmon on a yellow squash pillow and fresh pesto.​

Reflux and Sleep - Sleep "Chief Nourisher of Life's Feast" (Macbeth, Shakespeare)

Reflux can result in sleep disturbances by causing arousals every time a reflux episode occurs

Night Cap Anyone? Alcohol and Sleep

Relaxation is a recommended technique to help us to sleep ... so why a night cap is a bad idea

Sleep Binge - Eating

Walking around in the middle of the night and raiding the refrigerator is a parasomnia.

Avoid The Flu By Sleeping Longer And Better

Can sleep help you avoid the flu?

Dangers of Sleep Deprivation

Sleeping five hours or less a night leads to an increase in death from all causes by 15%!

My Nose and My Sleep

We really don’t appreciate the nose until we have a cold and can't breathe through it.

BlueSleep in Business Insider

Dr Stern and BlueSleep were featured in Business Insider.

New Night Guards for Better Sleep

No two human faces are alike, and neither is the mouth, tongue, throat, and trachea.

Hot Flashes and Sleep

HOT FLASHES are the major disrupters of sleep during menopause.

Menopause and Sleep Apnea

Menopause has often been blamed as an underlying cause of sleep apnea in women.

Dr. Stern - One of Twenty Sleep Experts Who Give Their Top Sleep Tips

Dr. Stern is the Founder and CEO of the first BlueSleep center in New York City.

Sleeping Couples

Recent research surveys have found that given a choice, Americans choose sleep over sex.

Hearing Loss and Sleep Apnea

Researchers found that sleep apnea was associated with a 31 percent increase in hearing loss.

What Dr. Stern Thinks About Sleep Apps

Read an article where Dr. Stern answers questions about sleep apps and how they can be used.

Menopause and Sleep

Understanding your body’s core temperature and circadian rhythms are crucial for a good sleep.

Teeth Grinding and Sleep Apnea

If you wake up with a sore jaw or an ongoing, dull headache you may be a grin.

Telomeres, Longevity, & Sleep

The new scientific buzzword in longevity and health is telomeres.

Sleep Apnea: What is it? And What is the Best Treatment?

Sleep Apnea is perhaps the most common and yet most undiagnosed sleep disorder.

Beyond Sleep: What are Parasomnias?

Parasomnias are a type of sleep disorder, and most occur during Non-REM 3& 4 sleep.

What Happens When you Sleep?

When you fall asleep, your brain doesn’t just turn off like a light and flick back on.

First Place for Dr. Stern and BlueSleep

Congratulations to Dr. Jordan Stern and BlueSleep for winning first place.

Snoring More These Days?

With the change of the seasons, your sleep conditions change as well.

Can I Measure Real REM Sleep at Home?

REM or Rapid Eye Movement is the phase of sleep where you dream most vividly.

Music For Dreams

Try the Natural Sounds of BlueSleep's own Music for Dreams.

What's Worse: Driving Drowsy or Driving Drunk?

While drunk driving is more severe, drowsy driving is still a serious and ill-considered risk.

Napping in Good Company

Just 20 minutes can help reverse some of the effects of too little sleep.

Caffeine and Emergency Naps?

You don’t have to nap every day, but certainly, you might plan on a nap in an emergency.

Insomnia

Insomnia is the inability to fall or stay asleep on a regular basis.

BlueSleep's Toolkit for Better Sleep

There are many quick and easy ways to improve your sleep. Here are a few tips and tricks from

Jet Lag Toolkit

Maximize your vacation fun by minimizing the effects of jet lag during your vacation