Stress & Sleep by Dr. Mache Top Huffington Post

It’s daylight savings and sleep can be a real issue for many people. Learn how stress and sleep are connected. To help with the problem, I created a music video to help people relax. I was really excited that my post was the featured blog today on the Huffington Post Healthy Living section. I hope …


Sleep Attack? It may be Narcolepsy.

A new article in the NY Times by Tara Parker Pope suggests doctors don’t diagnose narcolepsy. Narcolepsy is a nervous system disorder, not caused by mental illness or anxiety. It may be due to reduced amounts of a protein made in the brain called hypocretin. It isn’t known why some people make less of it …


Sleep Attacks, Narcolepsy & Menopause

If you feel you’re having a “sleep attack,” it could be narcolepsy. It isn’t caused by anxiety or a mental illness; it’s a nervous system disorder that happens to 1 in 3,000 Americans. Narcolepsy is caused by lower brain levels of a protein called hypocretin. The cause is unknown, but it does tend to run …


Seven Sleep Tips To Improve Sleep in Perimenopause

Is getting enough sleep keeping you up at night? If so, here are seven sleep tips the Sandman approved. Sometimes simple lifestyle strategies and relaxing music go a long way to improving minor sleep disturbances, especially for women as they enter perimenopause and transition into menopause: Light sleepers do best avoiding heavy meals and large …

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