SleepApnea

Sleep Apnea and Reflux - Sleep Scholar

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

Medical Uses of Naps

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

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

The Benefits of Napping: The Power Nap at the Office

Sleep Disorders

Sleep disorders are a lot more common than you think.

The Cost of Poor Sleep - Epoch Times

Sleep apnea tolls the health of tens of millions.

Unrested and Untested

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

Artificial Light and Sleep

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

Nightmares

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

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?

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

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

Teeth Grinding and Sleep Apnea

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

Menopause and Sleep

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

What Dr. Stern Thinks About Sleep Apps

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

What's Worse: Driving Drowsy or Driving Drunk?

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