Most Recent Articles by Sharon M. O'Brien, MPAS, PA-C
Teaching patients to practice good sleep hygiene can help them get the correct amount of sleep.
A study showed that sleep coregulation can occur in close, romantic relationships.
Health care professionals, like patients, can often jump to the worst conclusions when making a diagnosis.
Although an average of 8 hours is recommended, people may need to sleep more or less than that.
Patients who may be impaired by their medications or sleep disorders have a higher risk of fatal motor vehicle accidents.