Archive for the ‘sleep’ Category

How to survive Daylight Savings Time

We’re less than a week away to what insomnia doctors call the worst time of the year. No, not allergy season – that’s already here in sunny, warm Georgia – but Daylight Savings Time (DST). On April 12, we’ll be losing an hour of our lives, and for most of us, that means an hour […]

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Why Face-to-Face CBT-I?

I’ve been pondering what to write for my next blog post, and inspiration struck this week when I attended sleep grand rounds at Emory, where I’m adjunct faculty in the sleep fellowship program. It was a “journal club” morning, which meant the chosen fellow presented on an article and included a background literature search to broaden […]

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The one thing you need to add to your bedroom in the winter

Hello, and welcome to the new and improved AIBHS blog! In the next few months, I hope to post more sleep and health tips and to get my colleagues here at AIBHS to do the same. Since we’ve partnered with TD Wellness, you’ll see posts on sleep and other health-related topics. One of the complaints […]

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