February 10, 2020
Is a Good Night’s Sleep the Most Elusive Wellness Commodity?
Deranged. Dysfunctional. Unwell. The words tumble out of my mouth like some haiku for the miserable as I sit in the Connecticut office of Andrew Tucker, Ph.D., for the first time. A clinical psychologist specializing in sleep disorders, Tucker knows an insomniac when he sees one: I am ashen and shadowed, like a real-life manifestation of an Egon Schiele painting.
November 2, 2012
Adolescent Sleep Disorders Not To Be Ignored
O sleep, O gentle sleep, Natureâs soft nurse, how have I frighted thee, That thou no more wilt weigh my eyelids down And steep my sense in forgetfulness?â
April 28, 2007
Searching for some shut-eye
Brookfield bachelor Donald Gleason returned from a Hawaiian vacation three months ago and ever since has been unable to go to sleep. Respiratory therapist Frank Salvatore Jr. of Danbury is a sleep apnea sufferer who learned about his condition when he volunteered to be a test patient at the Danbury Hospital sleep center, where he is the manager. They are far from alone