Energy Boost Column
ARE YOU GETTING YOUR 8 HOURS?
“I’ll sleep when I’m dead,” is a line from the song of the same name by Bon Jovi. It’s rather indicative of how modern life has affected the daily pace in today’s society. Women, in particular, have taken on the extra load while trying to balance home life along with...
PART 2: REDUCING SCREEN TIME BEFORE BED
Early man evolved to see within the visible light spectrum approximately 30 million years ago. This makes our eyes especially sensitive to the effects of periods of light and dark and how our body’s chemistry responds to being stimulated by visible light. When our...
PART 3: TIME TO RETHINK THAT NIGHTCAP!
Using alcohol as a sleep aid is not the best idea, yet approximately 20% of Americans use alcohol to help them fall asleep. Although alcohol may appear to help you get to sleep, it is actually wreaking havoc on your sleep quality and quantity. Although the perception...
PART 4: EATING TOO CLOSE TO BEDTIME
Eating too close to bedtime can have a direct effect on your quality and quantity of sleep. In particular, eating right before sleep can throw off the body’s internal clock, called the circadian clock, which manages our sleep/wake cycles. Circadian rhythms can be...
PART 5: CHRONIC STRESS AND WAYS TO COPE
On any given day, we are faced with getting somewhere on time, relying on someone else to get something done for us, or losing our patience in line at the grocery store while our three-year-old is screaming in the background. This manufactured stress of our...
Are Your Sleep Habits Making You Sick? Part 6: Not Maintaining a Consistent Sleep Schedule
The circadian rhythm is a natural, internal clock that all living things possess. This cycle regulates our sleeping and waking patterns. One of the biggest contributions to our circadian clock are the natural light and dark cycles during a 24 hour period. Since we are...
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Dr. Wolf has provided me with amazing care. My symptoms have nearly completely resolved and she is extremely comprehensive in her treatment. I would highly recommend her to anyone having jaw or sleep issues.
This is the office and staff to go to, for TMJ and or just sleep difficulties. Not only is Dr. K’s knowledge of both areas stellar, but she strives to continually educate herself to provide support and answers for her patients. I so wish I had known about the root of my sleeping problems yrs ago, but I am so thankful I have been under her care now. So many issues have improved and I am grateful.
Dr. Kristina and her team are very knowledgeable and caring professionals. I started with their office due to jaw pain as a result of a sleep disorder. Dr. Kristina uses sophisticated imaging equipment which results in a thorough evaluation and personalized treatment plan. I always appreciate their geniune concern and also their smiles at my office visits! Thank you for making a difference in my health and quality of life!