How EEGs are Used to Diagnose Neurological Disorders

Your brain cells communicate via electrical impulses, even while you sleep. Interruptions to these impulses can cause several problems in the brain. In order to diagnose the condition caused by…

Sleep Apnea: The Basics

Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder wherein breathing repeatedly stops and starts while sleeping. It can cause people to snore loudly, and they often feel tired even after a full…

I Can’t Sleep: Do I Have Insomnia?

Do you often have trouble getting to sleep, staying asleep or are unable to fall back to sleep after waking up early? You might have a sleep disorder known as…

Sleep Study FAQ

Q. What is a polysomnogram? A polysomnogram is a test that measures bodily functions during sleep. Each test will vary depending on the individual case.   Q. What kinds of…

Bone Density Scan

Systemic Diseases Versus Localized Diseases

Because general internal medicine practitioners are highly skilled in solving often-perplexing diagnostic problems and treating severe chronic illnesses, they frequently find themselves caring for patients facing both local and systemic diseases…

Conquering The Bedtime Battle

Back-to-School Sleep Tips Summer often means late nights full of movies, friends and games. But summer eventually ends and a new school year begins—which means a new bedtime routine. Getting…

Autism Awareness Month

April Is Autism Awareness Month—What You Need to Know About ASD

April is National Autism Awareness Month, a time devoted to education and acceptance while drawing attention to the tens of thousands of Americans that face an autism diagnosis each year.…