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Need a New Idea? Wake up Groggy, Not Alert

Do you wake up groggy and in a bit of a daze, hoping for more sleep? Do you live with someone who wakes up bright-eyed and perky, frequently calling you lazy or grumpy in the mornings? Tomorrow morning let them know- you aren’t lazy, you … Read More…

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Parent of a Type 1 Diabetic? What You Need to Know About Sleep

As the parent of a type 1 diabetic, you know what’s important- counting carbs, monitoring blood sugar, keeping a close eye on the school lunch menu. What you may be overlooking, however, is the importance of a quality night’s sleep. New research shows that children … Read More…

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Sleep Apnea- Not Just for Men

When we think of loud snoring, images of our fathers spring to mind. Or maybe you see your mother, sighing and pulling a pillow over her head to combat the roars your dad emitted while sleeping. However, sleep apnea and snoring are not just for … Read More…

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Is Your School Bus Driver a Risk to Your Children?

Does your child ride the school bus? Check out Dr. Rosenberg’s latest article with the Huffington Post to find out how sleep impacts drivers each day: Over 480,000 school buses travel the nation’s roads every day. Twenty-six million children, more than half the nation’s school-aged population, rely on the … Read More…

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Curious About Sleep? Get Answers!

A team of 8 sleep experts, including ASMC CEO Dr. Russell Rosenberg, recently contributed to an Everyday Health panel discussing ten common questions about sleep.From the article: “Anyone who has struggled with sleep problems knows that they can lead to more than just a little fatigue — … Read More…

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Restless Legs Syndrome May Be Hereditary

While most sleep physicians believe there is some link between RLS and genetics, researchers have not been able to definitively prove a link. A new study, however, has discovered two faulty genes that cause restless leg syndrome. People who inherited the mutations are much more likely … Read More…

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Is Your TV Silently Interrupting Your Sleep?

You’ve probably noticed your cell phone and computer give off an eerie blue color in the dark. Dr. Russell Rosenberg, CEO of the FusionSleep®, sat down with Fox5 to discuss how something that small may be keeping you up at night. “In that hour before … Read More…

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Still Dragging this Week? Learn More About the Time Change & Your Sleep

Dr. Russell Rosenberg spoke with Huffington Post reporter Laura Schocker to discuss the time change in detail. An excerpt is below: At 2 a.m. Sunday morning, we finally recaptured that lost hour of sleep from last March as we marked the end of daylight saving … Read More…

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Prepare Your Sleep for the Time Change

Most Americans will benefit from the extra hour of sleep gained when time “falls back” Saturday night. An estimated 70 million Americans suffer from some form of a sleep disorder. While the extra hour of sleep may have seemed luxurious, how does a sudden switch … Read More…

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Have a Snoring Toddler? It May Be Hurting Their Sleep

Does your snoring toddler seem overtired or irritable even after a full night’s rest? While only around 3 percent of children actually have sleep apnea– a sleep disorder characterized by abnormal pauses in breathing or instances of abnormally low breathing- 15 percent of children do snore during sleep. … Read More…

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