Many things in life are out of our control, but we do have some control over how much sleep we get. In spite of the fact that we have control, we regularly read about studies that reveal Americans are operating on far less sleep than they need. Physicians are no exception and are just as susceptible to the negative effects on body and mind from sleep deprivation.
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The following sleep myths and facts were presented by Phyllis C. Zee, MD, PhD, in her WebEx Case Conference, “Count Sheep for Sleep,” sponsored by SCPMG Physician Wellness. Sleep Myths Sleep more »

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Whether you’re concerned about your own sleep hygiene or a family member’s, click here to read the latest findings from the National Sleep Foundation’s (NSF) Sleep in America® poll, an more »

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By Prasanth Manthena, MD DABPN, Neurology and Sleep Medicine Medical Director, Sleep Disorder Center Los Angeles Medical Center Working nights is a vital part of the job for many physicians. more »