PTSD and Sleep

PTSD and Sleep At the November, 2013 Updates in Sleep Medicine Conference Dr. David Neubauer1 (@DavidNeubauer88 on Twitter) presented a comprehensive and timely overview of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder as defined in the new DSM-5, the manual of the American Psychiatric Association; and he covered common sleep abnormalities and disorders associated with PTSD as well.  It [...]

2017-03-06T12:36:00+00:00 Blog|

Paying Off That Sleep Debt

Paying Off That Sleep Debt There is a lot of misconception about the notion of sleep debt, and whether or not you can effectively “pay it off” by catching up on your sleep.  So let’s take a look at sleep debt, some steps to address it, and why you should avoid it because of what [...]

2017-03-06T12:30:36+00:00 Blog|

Sleepy Teens and Drowsy Driving

Sleepy Teens and Drowsy Driving By Matthew L. Uhles, MS, RPSGT, Director, Technology & Operations for CSI Clinics and Co-Director, CSI Research Center As part of our commitment to better, healthier sleep in all individuals, I work with Kerrie Warne, the director of the TyRED project, which stands for Tyler Raising Education/Awareness for Driving Drowsy.  [...]

2017-03-06T12:42:46+00:00 Blog|
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