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Sleep and Marine Corps Marathon

With the Marine Corps Marathon coming up on October 25, runners may want to include sleep in their training for the race.  Sleep can be an overlooked factor when it comes to athletic performance. Running takes a toll on the body and sleep plays a vital role in the recovery process of runners. Almost all […]

Eating the right treats can mean better sleep

Foods that pass the holiday stress test With the holidays fast approaching, have you ever caught yourself napping after the big meal or wishing you didn’t have that post-dinner coffee or that one more glass of holiday cheer? We all know the food we eat provides our bodies with fuel for the day, but what […]

Turn September into Sleeptember for your teen

Turn September into Sleeptember for your teen School is back in session but is your teen back to getting enough sleep for class? If the answer is no, then I have some advice that may help. Here’s what I know: a recent National Sleep Foundation survey found that 25% of teenagers sleep in class at […]

Pumpkin Spice Lattes and sleep

This time of year I’m always excited about the changing colors of the leaves, the cooler weather, and, of course, Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte. It’s not even officially fall and my favorite coffee drink is already here!

Tired mom’s tips

Poor Skippy. He’s going to have to sleep in the dog bed tonight.   It’s Monday and you’re probably tired, so I’ll keep this short. This weekend, as always, I transitioned from being the sleep expert at work to the mom who barely sleeps at home. My two active boys keep me on my toes […]

Sleep may be the key to your teen’s academic success

Sleep may be the key to your teen’s academic success Below is an article by Dr. Shahriar Shahzeidi, who leads the pediatric sleep team at the Comprehensive Sleep Care Center. He is board-certified in Pediatrics, Pediatric Pulmonology and is a fellow of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. Dr. Shahzeidi is a uthority on children […]

It’s Mars versus Venus in sleep, too…

The battle of the sexes continues as women get the shorter end of the stick regarding sleep. Below is an article by Dr. Charu Sabharwal, Founder and Director of the Comprehensive Sleep Care Center and a prominent sleep expert in the Washington, DC area. We welcome you to post this informative article in your next […]

Does ADHD cause difficulty sleeping or does difficulty sleeping contribute to ADHD?

In an article published in The Huffington Post, Dr. Michael J. Breus, Ph.D., an expert on sleep reports on how recent research suggests that a child’s sleep patterns could partly be to blame, and a sleep study can help to solve the puzzle. Millions of children and adults struggle with symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity […]

CPAP Treatment for Sleep Apnea Improves Men’s Golf Performance

Celebrate National Men’s Health Week, June 9th- 14th, 2014 In honor of National Men’s Health Week, we’d thought we’d share a great way to up your golf game and improve your health! A small new study suggests men can improve their golf performance by getting their obstructive sleep apnea treated with continuous positive airway pressure, […]


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