COVID-19 Coronavirus Statement

March 17, 2020

During these unprecedented times, Sleep Dynamics is committed to your health and safety. We are monitoring the developments of COVID19 and are taking necessary precautions. As part of our ongoing commitment, and in an effort to continue to provide patient care, we are screening all patients. To ...Read More

17 Tips to Create the Ultimate Sleep Environment and Improve Your Quality of Sleep

March 13, 2020

Picture this: Despite your jam-packed schedule, you’ve still reserved enough time to unwind and relax before bed. Your bedroom is cool, calm and dark, and you’re able to fall asleep and stay asleep without any trouble. The next morning, you manage to wake up before your alarm and feel well-rest...Read More

Quick Tips for Using Your CPAP Machine

February 28, 2020

If you have sleep apnea, then there is a good chance that your doctor will recommend CPAP treatment. Using a CPAP machine can take some getting used to, but the tips in this video will help with the adjustment.   When you get your CPAP, be sure to give yourself ample time to adjust to wea...Read More

Could a Tonsillectomy Resolve My Sleep Apnea?

February 6, 2020

When you have obstructive sleep apnea, it means that something is blocking your airway while you sleep, preventing you from breathing and causing you to wake up over and over again throughout the night. In many cases, the muscles in the neck put pressure on the airway to cause sleep ...Read More

Tips for Talking to Your Doctor About Your Insomnia

January 30, 2020

Insomnia is a common disorder, with about one in every three people reporting at least mild insomnia. Any habitual loss of sleep can lead to consequences. These range from poor performance at work or school to increased risks of heart disease, obesity, and anxiety disorders. Do...Read More

How Sleep Apnea Affects Sleep Partners

January 22, 2020

There is plenty of scientific evidence to demonstrate the risks of sleep apnea to patients who have it. However, sleep apnea also affects the patient’s sleep partner. One of the hallmark characteristics of sleep apnea is loud, persistent snoring. It can be challenging for a partner to fall asleep ...Read More

What Are the Treatment Options for Narcolepsy?

January 16, 2020

Narcolepsy is a chronic sleep disorder in which the brain has problems regulating the sleep/wake cycles. People with narcolepsy have trouble staying awake during the day. They experience “attacks” of sleep, which means they can fall asleep without warning, even while performing a task. Alth...Read More

What Is Restless Legs Syndrome?

January 9, 2020

Restless legs syndrome (RLS) is a neurological sleep disorder that causes discomfort in the legs while sitting or lying down. While the symptoms can occur during the day, most people experience them at night, which is why RLS interrupts sleep. Find out more about RLS by watching this featured video....Read More

Examining the Different Types of Insomnia

December 2, 2019

Sleep disorder specialists categorize insomnia into different subtypes. But no matter which subtype of insomnia you have, it’s important to receive an individualized treatment plan. Every patient’s experience with insomnia is unique, and there are many different causes and contrib...Read More

Recently Diagnosed with Sleep Apnea? Here Is a Look at Your Treatment Options

December 26, 2018

Finding out that you have sleep apnea can be overwhelming. Many people don’t know that they have sleep apnea until a partner complains about their snoring or until they visit the doctor to discuss unexplained fatigue. Although sleep apnea may not always be detectable by the person who is suf...Read More

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