Sleep Questions Answered
What is Sleep? Why do we Sleep? How much sleep should I get.
Sleep Apnea (OSA)
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)
is a debilitating condition that affects between 20 and 25 million
Like changes in hair color and vision and other
signs of aging, the "graying of sleep usually develops gradually.
Aging makes sleep more fragile, even in healthy older people.
Airway Pressure Therapy
Positive airway pressure machines, which keep your respiratory
tract open when you sleep, can be very effective in treating your
Trouble falling asleep or staying asleep-commonly termed
insomnia-plagues one in three American adults.
Narcolepsy can be defined as excessive drowsiness during the
day with a tendency to sleep at inappropriate times.
Sleep is not merely "time out" from daily life. It is
an active state essential for mental and physical restoration. More
than 100 million Americans of all ages, however, regularly fail
to get a good night's sleep.