Dr. Osmanski is board certified by the American Board of Sleep Medicine
and specializes in the evaluation of all disorders of wakefulness and sleep.
Good sleep is important for good health. But according to the National
Sleep Foundation, 65% of Americans report that they do not get enough
sleep (most adults need six to eight hours).
Sleep disorders and lack of sleep are not just annoyances; they are serious
problems. Those with sleep problems may think or move more slowly, make
more mistakes or have memory difficulties. These negative effects can
lead to poor job productivity and can be a contributing factor in motor
vehicle accidents, weight gain, heart problems, colds and flu.
Lack of sleep can also strain emotions, family and job relationships and
social encounters, and lead to greater health problems if left untreated.