Why I Hate Camping and How This Relates to Sleep Apnea

Earlier this summer, my 7 year old son and I went camping to a father-son camp in the Adirondacks for 3 nights. I had a fantastic time bonding with my son, as well as being able to participate in all the various camp activities such as rock climbing, fishing, hiking, and rifle shooting. The reason […]

How a Doctor’s Visit Can Be Like a Bad Night’s Sleep

One of the most common complaints that I hear about is that you keep waking up at night during sleep. Even if you don’t consciously “wake up,” the sleep study hypnogram (a graphic summary of your sleep stages) shows that your sleep is interrupted 10 to 20 times every hour by obstructed breathing, snoring, leg […]