AskMen.com: Insomnia - What it is and how to treat it
Classic insomnia is called psychophysiologic insomnia, says Rajkumar Dasgupta, M.D., an assistant professor of clinical medicine at the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California. People with it usually have anxiety related to sleep. They dread bedtime or develop bad habits that ultimately make their insomnia worse, he says. Read More #askmen #CassieShortsleeve #askmencom #howto #insomnia
NY Mag "The Cut" Website: Can Magnesium Help Me Sleep?
But seriously, can magnesium help me sleep? Experts told me that, sadly, magnesium won’t knock me out like some kind of natural Ambien — but it could potentially help with sleep in other ways. Dr. Neil Kline of the American Sleep Association said there is “very little evidence” that magnesium can be used as a sleep aid, and that it is therefore “hard to recommend” as beneficial for sleep. However, Dr. Raj Dasgupta, a spokesperson for the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, no
Thrillist: Why Is It So Damn Hard To Fall Asleep On Sundays?
If you've ever experienced this late-night anxiety on Sundays, know you're not alone. One survey found that 76% of Americans report having "really bad" Sunday blues. Sleep experts agree: "Difficulty falling asleep on Sundays is nothing new," says Raj Dasgupta, MD, a fellow of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and assistant professor of clinical medicine at the University of Southern California. While there's no official medical name for it, plenty of people are all too f