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(Phoenix, Arizona) July 29, 2018 -The school year has started in several cities in Arizona and for many parents, one of the biggest challenges is how to get kids back on their back-to-school sleep schedule. Kids have become used to staying up later during the summer,...
There’s a new treatment for sleep apnea available in Phoenix, and Valley Sleep Center is one of just a few providers in the US to be approved to administer it.
If you dread going to bed at night because you know you’ll spend more time tossing and turning than actually sleeping, you are not alone.
“Many people turn to common sleep aids to try to get to sleep, but according to Lauri Leadley, sleep expert, and President of Valley Sleep Center, “The common sleep aids that most of us turn to can be actually be doing us more harm than good!”
If snoring is affecting your love life, you are not alone. Snoring is such a problem for some couples that almost 30% of people who sleep with a snorer have taken to sleeping in separate rooms!
Valley Sleep Center has launched a new retail website to enable people to purchase their CPAP equipment and supplies online. ValleySleepTherapy.com is a one-stop sleep shop for CPAP, Auto CPAP and Bilevel machines as well as masks and accessories. All orders require a...
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A study in the April 15 issue of the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine suggests that playing a video game before bedtime has only a mild effect on the sleep of older male teens. Results show that after playing a stimulating video game it took adolescents a median of...
If someone in your home has problems sleeping at night, they are not alone. It’s estimated that over 70 million Americans have sleep disorders. But unfortunately, 95% of people affected go without help. Valley Sleep Centers help people get to the root of their...
Sleep Disorders Exacerbated by Seasonal Allergies May Be Leading Cause of Lack of Rest for Arizona Residents This Spring PHOENIX, Ariz. — Winter rains in Arizona have given way to an abundance of flowers, grasses, trees and other pollen producing plants, leaving many...
Many people experience sleep problems in the summer time when the days are longer, nights are hotter and the sun sets later. Here are some tips that will help you get a better summer nights sleep.
Since 2002, Valley Sleep Center is the Phoenix, Arizona, expert in sleep-related issues. They have provided Arizona with diagnostic sleep disorder testing in a home-like atmosphere, ensuring a comfortable, relaxing experience for patients. Their physicians are Board...
July 11, 2018 – The science of Napping – What is the Length of the Perfect Nap? (Fox10 Phoenix)
July 27, 2017 – Losing Patients to High Deductible Insurance Plans? Third-Party Patient Financing Gives People with Sleep Disorders More Time to Pay (The Lending Club)
July 11th, 2017 – How Technology is Improving our Slumber (Fox10 Phoenix)
March 31, 2017 – Sleep Deprivation and the Student Brain (Cronkite News)
November 5, 2015 – Sleep and Lack of It (Newsladies.net) (Teaser)
November 2, 2015 – Holidays Can Run You Down, Ruin Your Sleep (AZ Central.com)
October 5, 2015 – Most Everyone Experiences Insomnia at Times (AZ Central.com)
September 2, 2015 – Say No to These 3 Things for a Better Night’s Sleep(AZ Central.com)
July 22, 2015 – How to Get a Better Night’s Rest (Rachael Ray)
June 29, 2015 – How to Stay Cool and Sleep Better During the Summer(AZ Central.com)
June 5, 2015 – 5 Sleep Myths You Can Consider Busted (AZ Central.com)
April 24, 2015 – Short Naps Can Improve Performance (The Arizona Republic)
2014 and earlier
Dec 2, 2013 – Health Experts Warn of “Email Apnea” on Cyber Monday (CBS 5)
Nov 24, 2013 – ASU Spirit of Enterprise Winners Honored (Phoenix Business Journal)
Nov 21, 2013 – Overweight Truckers Should be Screened for Sleep Apnea (92.3 KTAR FM)
Aug 30, 2012 – Use Your 5 Senses to Get a Better Night’s Sleep (ABC 15 Phoenix)
Feb 16, 2012 – Introducing Our Top 25 Women in Business (Phoenix Business Journal
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