The Sleep Blog

  • Pediatric OSA

    Catching Z’s: Sleep Apnea in Children

    Although there are some differences, small children, like adults, can experience sleep apnea. Pediatric obstructive sleep apnea occurs when your child’s breathing is blocked, either partially or fully during their sleep. While many adults are able to quickly and easily feel the effects of sleep apnea, it can be harder to diagnose in children. If … Read More »

  • School

    It’s Back to School Month! Should Your Child Be Following a Sleep Schedule?

    It’s a parent’s favorite time of year and hopefully an exciting time for your kids as well. Amid the busyness of preparing the essentials your child needs for school such as fall clothes and supplies, one important back to school item that shouldn’t be forgotten is establishing a healthy routine for your children. An essential … Read More »

  • Sleep Deprivation

    Sleep Deprivation on the Rise

    Yawning, irritability and depression are just a few signs of sleep deprivation. Lack of sleep can be dangerous for the individual as well as the others around them. Unfortunately, sleep deprivation is on the rise and it’s having a significant impact on the overall health and mental wellbeing of the nation. When we say the … Read More »

  • Sleep Test

    Is an In-Center or At-Home Sleep Test for You?

    Whether it was your doctor, significant other, friend or yourself that suggested you may have a sleeping disorder, you have made the decision to have a sleep test performed and you won’t regret it. This is a significant step in taking control of your health and happiness. Sleep disorders are a growing epidemic and impact … Read More »