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- New Day and New Location for Portsmouth beginning January 1, 2018!
- The Sleep Institute of New England wants to keep you up to date: Should Middle and High School Students start later?
- Research identifies Improvement to your golf game with CPAP
- Sleep Institute of New England opens in Derry, NH and Portsmouth, NH Area
- 2013 Spring Could be the Worst Allergy Season Ever
- Why A Sleep Apnea Diagnosis May Save Your Life
- Sleep Apnea Screening
- Pulmonary Function Tests
- Sleep Institute of New England Reaches Out To Patients from Sleep Health
- Avoiding Asthma Triggers
- Safety Risks of Sleep Deprivation and Sleep Disorders For Drivers
- Drowsy Driving
- Pregnancy and Obstructive Sleep Apnea: Risk for Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes
- Oral Appliances as a Treatment Option for Obstructive Sleep Apnea
- Fall Back into Better Sleep Habits
- Insomnia and the Performance of U.S. Workers
- High Rates of Sleep Apnea in Women
- Reasons to get better sleep.
- Have we fallen off the track?
- Congratulations, Dr. Elizabeth Lynch and the Sleep Institute of New England.
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The Wall Street Journal recently reported that; “as an always-on economy, we’re tired like never before”. Since a 2010 Air India flight, sleepy pilots have been at the center of several accidents. Not only are sleepy pilots a cause for … Continue reading
We are proud to announce that Dr. Elizabeth Lynch and the Sleep Institute have been selected for Sleep Review’s Best Sleep Doctors and Facilities for 2012. This program recognizes the best sleep doctors and facilities that redefine best practices and … Continue reading
* Stick to a sleep schedule. Try to go to bed and get up at the same time every night, including weekends. If you are unable to fall asleep within 20 minutes, get up and do something relaxing. Worrying about … Continue reading
It is recognized that untreated sleep apnea increases the risk for heart attack, stroke and diabetes. A new study finds that untreated sleep apnea can make a person five times more likely to die from cancer. In the reported study, … Continue reading
Assess what is causing your stress: Once you identify your stressors, you can try to take steps to reduce them. Are you suffering from pain? Are you overworked? Are finances bothering you? Figure out what is causing your increased stress … Continue reading
Sleep is important because it helps regulate your blood pressure and hormones, like insulin. Sleep deprivation disrupts these processes. While asleep, your body is physically and mentally preparing for the next day, repairing damaged tissues and adjusting hormones. People who … Continue reading
Spring time is the season when people suffer most from allergies. Flowers and trees are budding, grass is being cut, the weather is warmer and allergies kick into high gear. To control common allergies, you can make a few changes … Continue reading
Sleep should be considered as important as healthy nutrition, physical activity and smoking cessation. “Sleep Disordered Breathing”- gasping, snorting, and short pauses in breathing – has been linked with depression. Men and women in a National Health and Nutrition Examination … Continue reading
A new study suggests that getting six to eight hours of sleep everyday may result in a lower risk of cardiovascular disease over the long term. Deprivation is not the only sleep pattern that can affect your health. People who … Continue reading