Recent Sleep Articles
No patient has been more candid about her feelings about RNI than this woman. She came to RNI for acute back pain that flared up on vacation away from Kansas City. It made her suddenly unable to walk anywhere, shop,
Steven Brill writes in Time Magazine that hospital profit margins are extraordinarily high for supposedly non-profit institutions, and are largely responsible for the rising health care costs in the United States.
People with chronic insomnia try many tricks to fall asleep. While some help, some have been shown to make sleep harder.
The sleep specialists at RNI have put together an online survey to help visitors assess the quality of their sleep based on their waking experiences.
Robert Reed walked into a dermatologist’s office to have a couple moles checked. The bills he received included charges for an “operating room.”
If you want to understand a book, don’t open it in the middle. We at RNI place unusual emphasis on patient histories, even more unusual in this age of numbers-driven healthcare (and numbers-driven everything else, too).
An RNI patient got rid of her migraines and migraine medications when her sleep breathing disorder was diagnosed and fixed. It’s a great example of how RNI’s cross-disciplinary approach brings results, and how RNI’s original research helps patients directly.
Sleep apnea has long been though of as a fat, old man’s disease. That stereotype may be contributing to significant health consequences for people with normal Body Mass Index (BMI), especially women.
What if you still feel tired and don’t feel refreshed when the alarm rings? Or your focus and concentration is “off” at work. Maybe you lightly doze off at the red light waiting for it to turn green.
The CPAP machine is still the most reliable way to cure sleep apnea, but the quiet, comfortable machine of today is nothing like what most people imagine.