SAINT LOUIS, MO – Former NFL Superstars, Roy Green CARDINALS/EAGLES Wide Receiver, Eric Dickerson RAMS/COLTS/RAIDERS Running Back, Jackie Smith CARDINALS/COWBOYS Tight End, Isaiah Robertson, RAMS/BILLS Linebacker, this Saturday December 12th from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at Mama Campisi's Restaurant to hear them explain that despite the fame of a professional sports career, these … [Read more...] about Former NFL Superstars Educate Public about Successful Treatment of Sleep Apnea
The Single Most Under-Appreciated Health Problem – Sleep!
The New Yorker magazine outlet published a series of sleep related articles which backs up what clinical sleep publications have been trumpeting for years: sleep matters to your health. The recent article quotes Dr. Charles Czeisler, Division of Sleep and Circadian Disorders, Brigham and Women's Hospital; Division of Sleep Medicine, Harvard Medical School, saying “What have we … [Read more...] about The Single Most Under-Appreciated Health Problem – Sleep!
Asthma Sleep Apnea Connection Probable According to New Study
The two distinct conditions of asthma and sleep apnea may indeed have a connection. A new study entitled "Association Between Asthma and Risk of Developing Obstructive Sleep Apnea" recently published in JAMA, suggests that adults who struggle with asthma face an increased risk for also developing sleep apnea. The finding stems from the long-term tracking of about 550 men and … [Read more...] about Asthma Sleep Apnea Connection Probable According to New Study
Narcolepsy Video Hits the Today Show
Narcolepsy caught on film is a shocking event, or so it would seem by the recent reaction to a viral video that made it to the airwaves of the Today Show. A summary of the Today Show segment by Meghan Holohan shows a woman with the condition who passes out on her desk. “Narcoleptics go through their days as normal individuals who haven’t slept for a few days,” … [Read more...] about Narcolepsy Video Hits the Today Show
Alzheimer’s Linked to Poor Sleep
"Sleep Disturbance Linked to Amyloid in Brain Areas Affected by Alzheimer’s Disease" This research was supported by funding from the National Institutes of Health: National Institute on Aging, National Institute of General Medical Sciences, and the Clinical and Translational Science Award Program and presented at the recent 2014 Annual meeting of the American … [Read more...] about Alzheimer’s Linked to Poor Sleep