What Are Pediatric Sleep Disorders?
Pediatric sleep disorders are chronic sleep disruptions that occur in patients aged 17 and under. The sleep disorders suffered by infants, children, and teens are generally very similar to those that can be acquired by adults. The main difference is the age when symptoms are first noticed. Who Has Pediatric Sleep Disorders? Pediatric sleep disorders […]Read More
Treatment for Restless Leg Syndrome
Sleeping well is an important part of your good health. Restless legs syndrome (RLS) can continually awaken you when you’re trying to sleep. Also known as Willis-Ekbom Disease, RLS causes uncomfortable sensations in your legs, and your sleep can be interrupted when these sensations create irresistible urges to move your legs. Moving your legs typically […]Read More
How Does Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Treat Insomnia?
Insomnia can have serious health consequences when it’s left untreated. Having poor sleeping habits puts you at a higher risk of having heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and other health conditions. If you would rather avoid relying on sleep medication – which is only intended for short-term use – and other sleep aids, cognitive […]Read More
What Are Circadian Rhythm Disorders?
Having irregular sleep hours or other sleep issues can leave you exhausted in the morning and out of sync with your work or school schedule. The cause of your problem could be a circadian rhythm disorder, which can be treated once it’s diagnosed. What Are Circadian Rhythm Disorders? Circadian rhythm disorders are a type of […]Read More
Looking for the Best Insomnia Specialist in Connecticut
Insomnia is a sleep disorder that can cause a significant amount of difficulty in your day-to-day life. This disorder can even affect your health by increasing your risk of serious health problems and lowering your immunity to colds and other germs. When you have insomnia, it’s important to seek help from an insomnia specialist who […]Read More
What Are the Symptoms of Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome?
Snoring increases your risk of developing obstructive sleep apnea. A precursor to obstructive sleep apnea is a condition known as upper airway resistance syndrome (UARS). If you snore, it’s important to know the symptoms of UARS, so you can seek treatment, and lower your risk of obstructive sleep apnea. UARS and Snoring Snoring may be […]Read More
The Benefits of Sleep Devices
Many people take a good night’s rest for granted, but for patients who have sleep disorders, the type of deep, restorative sleep that our bodies and minds need are elusive. If you have one of these disorders, several sleep devices are available that might be able to help you. In this blog, sleep specialist Dr. […]Read More
Common Insomnia Treatment Options
Everyone has trouble sleeping now and then. But when the problem continues on a regular basis as you struggle night after night to fall asleep or stay asleep, you might have insomnia. In this blog, sleep specialist Dr. Samit Malhotra of Sleep & Neuroscience Associates outlines what insomnia treatments are available to help you. What […]Read More
What are the Advantages of CPAP?
Sleep apnea can have a negative effect on many aspects of your well-being, but fortunately, there are several ways to treat it. The most common, and often very effective, type of treatment is a CPAP machine. In this blog, sleep specialist Dr. Samit Malhotra of Sleep & Neuroscience Associates explains the advantages of using a […]Read More
Do I Have Restless Leg Syndrome?
It’s estimated that up to 10% of people deal with restless legs syndrome, a disorder that can affect people of any age. Tingling, aching, and other sensations can create an almost uncontrollable urge to move your legs, interfering with your sleep and ability to relax. In this blog, board-certified sleep medicine specialist Dr. Samit Malhotra […]Read More