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.
Sleep Apnea and Reflux - Sleep Scholar
Waking up in the middle of the night gasping for air is not always Obstructive Sleep Apnea.
New Night Guards for Better Sleep
No two human faces are alike, and neither is the mouth, tongue, throat, and trachea.
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.
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.
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.