A restful night’s sleep starts the day right. The quality of your sleep is the key to your health, your energy and your well being. Getting a good night’s sleep is important to how your brain functions, how your body heals and how you operate when you are awake. Poor sleep and insomnia have been attributed to increased obesity, sluggish immune response and a risk factor for Type II Diabetes, to name a few.
Sleep Healthy has several options
- Start with Patient Navigation and Healthy Sleep information – your Patient Navigator meets with you, listens to your needs and goals, and outlines healthy sleep guidelines that match you. She will also help you choose your specific sleep team.
- Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine can have a balancing effect.
- An in-home (in your own bed) sleep study can provide us with important information about your sleep patterns and often reveals information about why you are not sleeping well.
- Additional lab tests, pain evaluation and a medication review can be important as well.
- Supplements and herbs for a gentle approach.
- Relaxation and meditation techniques can help you let go from the stresses of life.
- Mind-body integration with Rosen Method and Feldenkrais® can gently guide your body to different sleep patterns.
- Patient Navigation
- Ellen Barnett, MD – Family Physician
- Bob Dozor, MD – Family Physician
- Moses Goldberg, ND – Naturopathic Medicine
- Dana Michaels, ND – Naturopathic Medicine
- Beverly Benoit, MFT – Psychotherapy, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Teacher
- Cynthia Calmenson, Feldenkrais®-based Dynamic Movement practitioner
- Valerie Luoto – Rosen Method Bodywork
- Start with Patient Navigation – call 707.284.9200 to set up an appointment.
- Make an appointment to assess your situation, tell us your health history, get a physical exam with a Family Physician and get a diagnosis.
- Work with your Patient Navigator to create your own Sleep Healthy program.