Your Mother’s Day Gift

Are you or a loved one suffering from memory problems or dementia? Maureen Garry interviewed me a few weeks ago about sleep and your memory on her Female Brain Summit. She also interviewed 24 other top experts on this subject. The response was tremendous. Unfortunately, access to the free videos are now closed, and only available […]

Are You A Woman Suffering From Brain Fog?

Please Join Me On The Female Brain Summit

In all my past podcast and blog posts, brain health has been the most popular in readership and feedback. Brain fog seems to be one of the most common complaints.  I was recently invited to talk about how sleep-related breathing problems in women can cause not only brain fog, but brain damage. Please join me […]

Why You Can’t Think If You Can’t Sleep [Podcast 33]

You may have experienced forgetting things once in a while, but for some people, it’s a common occurrence. Some of you are in a constant state of brain fog, struggling to think clearly. In this episode, Kathy and will talk about various reasons that can lead to sleep deprivation, and ultimately, to memory problems and brain fog.  […]

5 Areas of Brain Damage Caused By Obstructive Sleep Apnea

One of the most common complaints by my patients with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is memory loss. Judith is a 55 year old woman who used to have a sharp memory, but now is having trouble with names and losing her keys all the time. Things got much worse when she gained more weight, which worsened her […]

More Connections Between Alzheimer’s Disease and Sleep Apnea

Mainstream Alzheimer’s research is still focused on genetics and ways of biochemically blocking amyloid plaque buildup. Clinical applications for this model have been mixed, if not disappointing. As I’ve mentioned many times in past posts, articles and interviews, The vast majority of seniors will have undiagnosed obstructive sleep apnea. We know that sleep apnea can cause […]