How Do I Know if I Have Insomnia?
You may have insomnia if you have trouble sleeping. There are many types of sleep disorders and sources of sleeplessness, so it is important to consult an experienced sleep specialist like Dr. Samit Malhotra to receive a diagnosis. An accurate diagnosis is the first step in reclaiming the restful sleep you need and deserve. The […]Read More
I Can’t Stay Awake – What’s Wrong with Me?
Are you struggling to stay awake even when you’ve spent the whole night in bed and feel like you must have had a full night’s sleep? Do you fall asleep at your desk or become so tired that you can’t focus? Have you ever felt so sleepy while driving you worried it was unsafe to […]Read More
Are Your Employees and Drivers Sleeping on the Job?
Whether you’re a transportation company charged with keeping your drivers safe on the road and compliant with DOT standards or a corporation offering special benefits to your employees (in-person and remote) that improve productivity, Sleep & Neuroscience Associates are ready to partner with your organization. Benefits of Screenings for Corporate Employees Whether your employees are […]Read More
Can You Get Restless Leg Syndrome as a Child?
Restless leg syndrome (RLS) is a sleep disorder in which you move your legs uncontrollably to overcome the discomfort you experience when laying down. Moving seems to ease the discomfort momentarily. Restless leg syndrome can disrupt your sleep, become worse with time, and reduce your quality of life if not treated. The condition is not […]Read More
How to Manage Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Obstructive sleep apnea occurs when the soft palate, tongue, or tonsils obstruct the airway during sleep and prevent you from breathing properly. The obstruction restricts the airway to such a degree that your brain does not get the oxygen it needs. This forces you into a cycle of waking up, often gasping for air, then […]Read More
Is There a Relationship Between Sleep Apnea and Obesity?
Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder in which breathing is disrupted throughout the night. A person with sleep apnea may stop breathing for over a minute at a time, multiple times throughout the night, depriving the body and brain of necessary oxygen. There are two main types of sleep apnea: Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) and […]Read More
Am I a Good Candidate for Telesleep Services?
As we learn to adjust the way we live, work, and congregate, more medical consultations and treatments are taking place over video chat and phone calls. It is not surprising, then, that people suffering from sleep apnea are also inquiring about obtaining services and treatments from a distance, including home sleep studies and ongoing sleep […]Read More
Can Sleep Apnea Interfere with Surgery?
If you have an upcoming surgery scheduled and you are concerned that you may have sleep apnea, you may be at risk. Undergoing a procedure that requires general anesthesia when you have obstructive sleep apnea can increase your risk during surgery. Not only are you more susceptible to problems during the procedure but it can […]Read More
How Do I Know If I Have a Sleep Disorder?
Everyone has a sleepless night now and then. Whether you’re stressed about work or the neighbors are making too much noise, it’s normal to have the occasional night of disrupted sleep. But how do you know if you have a sleep disorder? The best way to find out what is causing the disruption to your […]Read More
Do I Have Circadian Rhythm Disorder?
Do you have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep as a result of rotating shifts at work, extensive travel in different time zones, or feel “off” after daylight savings time shifts? Your inability to get a good night’s sleep may be a result of circadian rhythm disorder. What Are the Symptoms of Circadian Rhythm Disorder? […]Read More