Dr. Daniel Shade
Nightmares, we all have them occasionally, but why? What causes them? Are there ways to stop them? Do spicy foods play a role? What about the temperature of the room you sleep in?
Sleep apnea has been linked to heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, diabetes and obesity. Now, add hearing loss to the list.
Are you having trouble sleeping but can’t figure out why? It could be your legs. It may sound bizarre, but doctors say it’s actually pretty common.
Sleep disorders are disturbingly common in the United States as one in 10 people suffer from sleep apnea alone.
Do you ever have trouble falling asleep at night? A lot of people do; and because of that, there are more and more sleep aid products on the market. There are different types of pills, but it’s a new sleep aiding drink that’s gaining attention.