The New Science of Sleep

Dr. Dan JensenSleep

The New Science of Sleep

Are you sleeping well at night? Do you wake up feeling well rested and ready to face another day? If your answer is no, you’re one of millions of Americans struggling to sleep. Our lives have gotten busier with each passing year, and compared to a hundred years ago, we’re sleeping worse than ever before. Modern schedules, stressors, and technology … Read More

A Good Night’s Sleep Supports Brain Health

Dr. Dan JensenSleep

A Good Night's Sleep Supports Brain Health

Sleep is essential. No one can live without sleep, and not only does a good night’s sleep provide you with rest, and give you energy to face the day, it also supports brain health. Sleep is far more important than you might realize, and ignoring sleep is a bad idea. We often place sleep far down the list of priorities, … Read More

Sleeping Well During Time Changes

Dr. Dan JensenSleep

Sleeping Well During Time Changes

We’re all enjoying the long summer days, but daylight saving time will be ending in just a few weeks. When we move the clocks forward in the spring, and reset them back in the fall, our sleep cycle is disrupted, and it takes a few days to reset our body clocks. This fall, follow these tips to sleep well during … Read More

7 Tips for Better Sleep

Dr. Dan JensenSleep

7 Tips for Better Sleep

We know how frustrating it can be if you’re struggling to sleep at night. You wake up feeling groggy and tired, and have a hard time being productive at work, or being understanding when interacting with your loved ones. You feel irritable, and know you’re not functioning at your best. Want to get a better sleep every night? Here are … Read More

Camping Tips for a Good Night’s Sleep

Dr. Dan JensenLifestyle, Sleep

Camping Tips for a Good Night's Sleep

The fall is a great time to head out camping with the family, and your kids have been talking about the upcoming trip for weeks. If you’ve been worried about getting a good night’s rest when sleeping under the stars, here are some of our best tips for feeling refreshed and well rested when out camping. Take the Right Bedding … Read More

Why Do We Need Sleep Anyway?

Dr. Dan JensenSleep

Why Do We Need Sleep Anyway?

We all agree that sleep is important. However, many of us fall into the trap of thinking that we only need a few hours in bed each night. While it’s recommended that adults sleep between 7 and 9 hours every night, around 30% of American adults sleep less than 5 hours per night! If you’ve started sleeping less, here are … Read More

Dispelling Sleep Myths

Dr. Dan JensenSleep

Dispelling Sleep Myths

When it comes to sleep, we think we know it all and everyone’s got their own take! Surprisingly, a lot of us believe some myths about sleep, and these misconceptions could be stopping you from getting the good night’s sleep you deserve. Myth: 5 Hours of Sleep Per Night is Enough One of the hardest myths to debunk is the … Read More

Sleep in the Warmer Months

Dr. Dan JensenSleep

Sleep in the Warmer Months

Summer is here! We’re all excited about the warmer weather, but the heat could be having a negative effect on your sleep. With all the things you have planned for this summer season, it’s important that you always get a great night’s sleep so that you’ll have energy for the things you love. Here are some of our best tips … Read More

Hearing Loss and Sleep

Dr. Dan JensenHearing Loss, Sleep

A woman sleeping next to her dog

Do you struggle to get a good night’s sleep? Do you wake up repeatedly in the night, or have a hard time falling asleep? Your sleep could be affected by your ears, and poor sleep could also affect your hearing. For the nearly 40 million Americans living with hearing loss, the interaction between sleep and hearing loss is complex, and … Read More

Does Your Mood Affect Your Sleep?

Dr. Dan JensenMental Health, Research, Sleep

Does Your Mood Affect Your Sleep?

One of the most common complaints when it comes to poor sleep is stress levels. If you’ve been feeling anxious about a project at work, or worried about your parent’s health, you will have a harder time falling asleep and won’t get a good night’s rest. However, the connection between mood and sleep goes both ways, and if you’re not … Read More