This article speaks to dealing with Insomnia and circadian rhythms., Dr. Atul Khullar, Medical Director, Medsleep Alberta, MD MSc FRCPC (Psychiatry) DABPN (Cert. Sleep Medicine) Dr. Khullar is a psychiatrist who specializes in the combined management of sleep, mood and anxiety disorders, as well as sleep apnea in non-traditional populations. The article appeared in Avenue Magazine,
CSS Journal – MacFarlane – I1, V2, 2012 – Insomnia In this article, Dr. Macfarlane speaks to managing Acute Insomnia JAMES MacFARLANE, professor of pediatrics and psychiatry, U of T, clinical consultant, MedSleep, Toronto The article appeared in Canadian Sleep Society Journal, Volume 1, Issue #2, 2012
In this article, the staff of Medsleep’s Edmonton Clinic, the Northern Alberta Sleep Clinic, provides a detailed account of the experience of a patient undergoing an overnight in-lab Polysomnographic Sleep Test. The staff of NASC, including Dr. Khullar, the Medical Director, and PSG Tech Afua Gyennin speak to the professional and thorough evaluation a patient
Dr. Atul Khullar, Medsleep’s Medical Director for Alberta, speaks to the Edmonton Journal regarding various sleep disorders, the impact it can have on your health and cognitive abilities. Studies show being sleep deprived for a couple of hours, for a couple of days, can leave you with the same driving reaction time as someone with
May 22, 2012 Dr. Atul Khullar, Medsleep’s Medical Director for Alberta, provided insight on Alberta’s approach to comprehensive sleep diagnosis and treatment, for Chris Zdeb, from the Edmonton Journal article “Sleep-deprived Albertans have lengthy wait for help”. “About one in five people has a sleep disorder that affects their lives, most commonly obstructive sleep apnea.
In a recent edition of NOW Magazine, James MacFarlane contributed his expert insights to Elizabeth Bromstein’s article entitled “Catch better zzz’s: Sleep sounder with a digital curfew and a dose of relaxing magnesium”. “Alcohol disturbs sleep more than people imagine. You may fall asleep faster, but you get a rebound effect on the autonomic nervous system