How to Protect Your Children in an Active Shooter Situation

I was inspired to write this post after reading this article and wrote this specifically with mothers of small children in mind.. All other sources are cited below. I’ve never been involved in a shooting, nor have my children. I’m not ex-SWAT or part of a tactical response team. I didn’t have SEAL training, can’t … Read more

When Should Surgery Be Discussed with Sleep Apnea Patients?

An update to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine clinical practice guideline acknowledges the expanding evidence for surgical interventions for sleep apnea. But some physicians think the guideline doesn’t go far enough. By Jane Kollmer CPAP is the gold standard treatment for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), but when patients struggle with CPAP adherence, surgery may … Read more

Bedding Retailers May Need to Work Harder to Lure Customers » Sleep Savvy

Industry analysist Jerry Epperson forecasts a challenging economy ahead but offers practical ways retailers can attract shoppers’ interest The International Sleep Products Association recently had the opportunity to talk with industry veteran Jerry Epperson about how inflation, inventory buildups and other economic factors are affecting the mattress sector. In addition to his take on the … Read more

Navigating Uncharted Territory » BedTimes Magazine

Jerry Epperson ISPA recently had the opportunity to talk with industry veteran Jerry Epperson, managing director of Mann, Armistead & Epperson, a Richmond, Virginia-based investment banking and research firm that specializes in the furnishings sector, about how inflation, inventory buildups and other economic factors are affecting the mattress manufacturing and retail sectors. EPPERSON: Since the … Read more

How Sleep Research Could Help Us Understand Tinnitus

Linus Milinski, University of Oxford; Fernando Nodal, University of Oxford; Victoria Bajo Lorenzana, University of Oxfordand Vladyslav Vyazovskiy, University of Oxford Around 15% of the world’s population suffers from tinnitus, a condition which causes someone to hear a sound (such as ringing or buzzing) without any external source. It’s often associated with hearing loss. Not … Read more

New Legislation Aims to Speed ​​Up Prior Authorization Process |

By Michelle Andrews / Kaiser Health News Andrew Bade, who was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes nearly two decades ago, is acccustomed to all the medical gear he needs to keep his blood sugar under control. His insulin pump contains a disposable insulin cartridge, and a plastic tubing system with an adhesive patch keeps in … Read more

Simple Tips for Better Sleep and a Healthier Brain

thesleepdoctor.com is reader-supported. We might earn a fee by way of merchandise bought utilizing hyperlinks on this web page. Relating to getting issues achieved, a well-liked adage is to “work smarter, not more durable.” The identical is true for sleep, and that is why: sleep is significant to sustaining your mind and body features. Getting … Read more