Sleep is a biological state, but it’s heavily influenced by our behaviors and has a strong connection to emotional well-being. In looking at whole-person health, the connection between the mind and body plays a strong role in the regulation of sleep.
Sleep is complex. Evaluating for hypersomnia or insomnia to determine treatment requires a holistic approach to determine the root cause(s).
Chief Medical Officer Jeffrey Durmer, MD, PhD, talks about his role as the sleep and circadian performance physician for the USA Olympic Weightlifting team heading to Japan.
The Sleep SMART trail was launched to determine whether treating OSA immediately after an acute ischemic stroke or TIA using CPAP improves stroke/TIA recovery.
When we make a purchase, we look for a quality product or service at a fair price — in other words, we look for value. Shouldn’t we expect the same for our health care dollars?
Hear from SleepCharge’s director of TeleClinic Operations, Scott McCown, on his personal journey to better sleep.
As the director of our Behavioral Sleep Medicine division, Dr. Ong works with our medical, clinical science, and telehealth operations teams to integrate more behavioral sleep medicine approaches to improve sleep health for patients.
Sigurjon Kristjansson, CEO of Nox Health, recently spoke with Voices of Leaders about the fundamental value of sleep on the immune system and the renewed focus on mental health resulting from the pandemic.
Here is how we’ve hit reset on the four pillars of well-being, both within our own organization and on behalf of our clients.
Dr. Jeffrey Durmer was recently invited to interview on The Sleep Forum’s podcast for World Sleep Day 2020.