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The Changing Paradigm Of Medicine, Is Sleep Medicine Keeping Up?

Although not a relatively new concept, the shape of medicine is changing. The P4’s of medicine came to fruition around 2008, when Dr. Leroy Hood coined the term, which includes the following concepts. Personalized: adapting to the physiological and personal needs of...

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Later School Start Time: The Personal Story of Amrit Joshi

Balancing healthy sleep habits, academic excellence, and athletic performance is a task achieved by few, yet sought by many. As a senior at a prestigious high school and an all-league varsity athlete, I can testify that balancing these activities undoubtedly feels...

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Dementia and Sleep

By: Patrick Moday, BBA, RPSGT, RST, CCSH You know, the first sign of dementia is when you repeat yourself. You know, the first sign of dementia is when you repeat yourself. Dementia Dementia is the loss of cognitive functioning — thinking, remembering, and reasoning —...

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Community

By: Jonathan Sherrill, RPSGT, RST Greetings fellow sleep professionals, With so many changes happening in the community of sleep, I would not be surprised if we set a new attendance for our annual conference, October 6-7, 2023, in San Diego, California. Community: A...

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Idiopathic Hypersomnia Is More Than Just Sleepiness

By: Logan D. Schneider, MD Idiopathic hypersomnia is a sleep disorder that is primarily characterized by excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS; the inability to remain awake or alert during the day) and, in some patients, an excessive need for sleep (often sleeping more...

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Healthier Sleep May Be Coming To Florida

By:  Rafael Pelayo, MD Why are you reading about Florida in a California Sleep Society newsletter? Florida is considering delaying school start times statewide like we have in our State! The California Sleep Society’s efforts in our state helped pass the first state...

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Oregon Senate Committee Votes to End Daylight Savings

ORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) – Sick of setting your clocks forward and backward every year? You could soon be in luck, because some Oregon legislators are trying to save you the trouble. A bill proposing that the state should abolish the one-hour change from standard to...

The Changing Paradigm Of Medicine, Is Sleep Medicine Keeping Up?

The Changing Paradigm Of Medicine, Is Sleep Medicine Keeping Up?

Although not a relatively new concept, the shape of medicine is changing. The P4’s of medicine came to fruition around 2008, when Dr. Leroy Hood coined the term, which includes the following concepts. Personalized: adapting to the physiological and personal needs of...

Later School Start Time: The Personal Story of Amrit Joshi

Later School Start Time: The Personal Story of Amrit Joshi

Balancing healthy sleep habits, academic excellence, and athletic performance is a task achieved by few, yet sought by many. As a senior at a prestigious high school and an all-league varsity athlete, I can testify that balancing these activities undoubtedly feels...

Dementia and Sleep

Dementia and Sleep

By: Patrick Moday, BBA, RPSGT, RST, CCSH You know, the first sign of dementia is when you repeat yourself. You know, the first sign of dementia is when you repeat yourself. Dementia Dementia is the loss of cognitive functioning — thinking, remembering, and reasoning —...

Community

Community

By: Jonathan Sherrill, RPSGT, RST Greetings fellow sleep professionals, With so many changes happening in the community of sleep, I would not be surprised if we set a new attendance for our annual conference, October 6-7, 2023, in San Diego, California. Community: A...

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