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... of wine is fine on occasion if you have OSA, but not at bedtime,” says neurologist and AAN member Stephen D. Feren, M.D., a sleep specialist who sees veterans with a variety of sleep disorders at Charles George Veterans
Sleep Apnea Syndromes
... of on just one side.Despite the challenges in diagnosis and treatment, headaches in young people can be managed.Common Headache Triggers in Children [Context Link] * Too little sleep or sudden changes in sleep patterns ...
FEATURES: PSEUDOBULBAR AFFECT
...They come into the neurology office of Mustafa Saad Siddiqui, M.D., convinced they are depressed. And they have reason to be depressed: Most have Parkinson's disease or another movement disorder. Besides, what else
DEPARTMENTS: EYE ON THERAPY
..., the vertigo had all but disappeared. A disorder that had disrupted his ability to eat, sleep, and work yielded to a strange but simple procedure that took less than 5 minutes to perform.“You studied to be a doctor
FEATURES: CHRISTINE HA
... inflammatory autoimmune disorder of the central nervous system, did not begin until she was 20—just around the time she was discovering her love of cooking.VISION PROBLEMSAMONG EQUALS Christina Ha with MasterChef...
FEATURES: JENNIFER GREY
... the DISC Sports and Spine Center, Dr. Bray had founded the Institute for Spinal Disorders at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.“When patients are truly affected by chronic disabling pain, like Jennifer was,...
...A s summer approaches, millions of parents help their kids pack trunks for sleepaway camp. They write their children's initials on the tags of their clothes with permanent markers and pre-address and stamp envelopes
FEATURES: JIM NANTZ
... with the disease, and that number is expected to triple by the middle of the century. A progressive, neurodegenerative disorder, AD results in the death of nerve cells (neurons) in the brain. When neurons in the...
FEATURE: MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
..., muscle spasms, and debilitating pain that can make sleep nearly impossible. Beyond the physical symptoms of the disease, six percent of MS patients have a diagnosable sleep disorder. Some suffer from involuntary...
... for Alzheimer's disease dropped more. Among those who did develop the disease, those with a healthier diet lived an average of four years longer.Evidence for Parkinson's disease: A 2012 study in Movement Disorders