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As World Sleep Day day approaches, Upstate neurologist Antonio Culebras, consultant for The Sleep Center at Upstate University Hospital Community campus, discusses sleep-related problems as we age. He also shares a recent study that links poor sleep to poor memory retention in older people.
Read the study: Aging in Brain Found to Hurt Sleep Needed for Memory.
To schedule an appointment at The Sleep Center at Upstate, call 315-492-5877.
Dr. Antonio Culebras, Upstate neurologist and consultant for The Sleep Center at Upstate University Hospital’s Community campus, responds to a listener’s question about sleep paralysis. Dr. Culebras also describes a full range of sleep disorders and events that occur while asleep that may lead to injuries.
To schedule an appointment with the sleep center, call 315-492-5877.
Dr. Antonio Culebras, consultant for The Sleep Center at Upstate University Hospital at Community General, talks about World Sleep Day. He explains how the 2012 slogan ‘breathe easily, sleep well’ calls attention to the epidemic of sleep deficiencies throughout our world.
Dr. Robert Westlake, medical director of The Sleep Center at Upstate University Hospital at Community General, talks about the value of a good night’s sleep and shares his ’10 commandments’ of getting a good night’s sleep.
Pediatric pulmonologist Zafer Soultan talks about pediatric sleep issues, and the new offering of sleep services for children at Upstate.
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