sleep medicine

Habitual snoring could be obstructing your sleep

By uclahealth • August 9, 2021

Stress, anxiety and a decrease in physical activity all play a role in low-quality sleep

By Ask the Doctors • July 30, 2021

Reclaiming a good night’s sleep is a process, it takes consistency and discipline

By Ask the Doctors • May 17, 2021
"It’s hard to explain, but when you feel so frustrated and worried, and then you have support, it eases the worry a little bit,” says Trang Ngo-Beteta, mother to Theo Beteta, a patient of UCLA pediatric pulmonologist Diana Chen, MD. “All the nurses and doctors in [...]
By uclahealth • August 6, 2018
Insomnia is a persistent difficulty with falling or staying asleep at night. BIC, which affects about 25 percent of children, is a type of pediatric insomnia that encompasses three behavioral disorders: sleep-onset association, limit-setting and combined BIC. “Sleep-onset association, most common among infants and toddlers, is a behavioral disorder in which [...]
By uclahealth • May 30, 2017