Lung & Sleep Specialists of North Texas

Lung & Sleep Specialists of North Texas Blog

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How to Choose a Sleep Doctor

How to Choose a Sleep Doctor

by Shearly (SU)
If you have a hard time sleeping at night, you are not alone. According to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, approximately 70 million people in the U.S. are not getting enough sleep, and 60 percent of those actually have a sleep illness.

Diagnosing and Treating Sleep Problems

Diagnosing and Treating Sleep Problems

by Crystal (SU)
A good night’s sleep is essential to our health and quality of life. But sometimes, sleep issues can prevent us from getting the right amount of restful sleep.

You're Invited to the Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening at Lung & Sleep Specialists of North Texas

You're Invited to the Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening at Lung & Sleep Specialists of North Texas

by Crystal (SU)
Our team at the Lung & Sleep Specialists of North Texas is hosting a grand opening to celebrate our new medical facility and sleep institute! There will be an open house, ribbon cutting, grand opening ceremony, food and prizes, and lots of fun for the whole family.

Three Unhealthy Bed Time Sleep Mistakes

Three Unhealthy Bed Time Sleep Mistakes

by Holly (SU)
We have all heard that getting a good night’s sleep directly impacts how we feel during the day. If you have insomnia, or even sleep poorly for just one night, you will probably feel it the next day.

What are Parasomnias?

What are Parasomnias?

by Yenny (SU)
Do you or someone you know have trouble sleeping because of strange behaviors or activities during the night? This may be the result of a parasomnia. Parasomnias are a group of sleeping disorders that interfere with sleep, and are characterized by abnormal movements, activities, emotions, perceptions, or behaviors that occur while you are trying to fall asleep, while you are asleep, or while you are waking up. These activities may look completely normal and purposeful to an observer, but the person with a parasomnia is asleep and he or she will often have no memory of them when they wake. There are a number of disorders included under the heading of parasomnias, each with their own symptoms that are often associated with the phase of the sleep cycle in which they occur.