Sleep Disorder Resources Anchorage AK

Valerian root is just one common herbal supplement used often to treat some sleep disorders and restlessness. Consult a physician to find other natural or herbal remedies that may help.

Lyn Dyles, M.D.
(907) 333-4633
310 K Street
Anchorage, AK
Business
Anchorage Psychiatric Consulting
Specialties
Psychiatry & Psychology
Insurance
Insurance Plans Accepted: Most insurance plans in Alaska provide coverage for psychiatric services. Please check with your carrier for information specific to your policy.

Doctor Information
Residency Training: University of Washington Hospitals Program, Seattle WA
Medical School: Baylor College of Medicine, Houston TX, 1985
Additional Information
Member Organizations: American Psychiatric Association American Medical Association American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
Awards: Guide to America's Top Psychiatrists, Consumers Research Council -- 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004 Exemplary Psychiatrist Award, National Alliance for the Mentally Ill -- 1993
Languages Spoken: English

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Alaska Podiatry Group, LLC and Alaska Foot La
(907) 561-2213
4048 Laurel St # 204
Anchorage, AK

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Edward E Crouch, MD
(907) 276-1617
542 W 2nd Ave
Anchorage, AK
Business
Ophthalmic Associates PC
Specialties
Ophthalmology

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Dimond Chiropractic Center
(907) 344-0033
750 W Dimond Blvd # 121
Anchorage, AK

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John J Smith
(907) 565-6522
4900 Eagle St
Anchorage, AK
Specialty
Family Practice, Geriatric Medicine

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Leon Chandler, MD
(907) 563-2873
4100 Lake Otis Pkwy
Anchorage, AK
Business
AA Specialty Health Center
Specialties
Pain Management

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Chiropractic Neurology Associates
(907) 276-3054
2401 E 42nd Ave # 204
Anchorage, AK

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LocalVets.com Animal Hospital
(555) 555-5555
1800 Glacier Ave
Juneau, AK

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Darrell Peterson
(907) 345-7722
12350 Industry Way
Anchorage, AK
Business
Huffman Family Dentistry
Specialties
Dentistry & Orthodontics

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Winfield Scott Kiester, DO
(907) 562-7643
5001 Arctic Blvd
Anchorage, AK
Specialties
General Practice
Gender
Male
Education
Medical School: Chicago Coll Of Osteo Med, Midwestern Univ, Chicago Il 60615
Graduation Year: 1957

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Some Simple Tips for Insomnia and Sleep Disorders

Posted in: Aging Well | Alternative Medicine | Parenting | Temp | Yoga

Insomnia is a growing problem in our increasingly complex world.

These tips may help you to get a good night’s rest. Remember – not every solution will work for everyone, so try the easiest ideas and make them fit into your lifestyle.

Do you have one or more problems, on your mind, that are troubling you at bedtime? If so, write it down and leave it on the kitchen table where you sit in the morning. This is a form of compartmentalization, where your subconscious mind works on a solution, and you and your conscious mind get some needed rest.

You may be surprised the following morning. The problem is much less important or your subconscious found the solution. This technique is so powerful that many successful people use it.

That leads into the next idea, which is establishing a daily routine. Your body has a natural cycle, and most of us ignore it. Modern humans are more out of tune with their bodies than ever before, so we have to get back to basics and design a schedule for all tasks – including sleep.

You should exercise every day, but your exercise routine should end two hours before bedtime, at the latest. This allows your body and mind ?cool down? time. If you can exercise earlier in the day, feel free to do so.

Exercise will give you extra energy during the day, and help you get a good night?s sleep, when you need it. If you don’t exercise, don’t feel alone, but do take action. Gentle Yoga postures are a great way to start.

If you find the right Yoga teacher, you will learn controlled breathing (pranayama), stage-by-stage relaxation, and meditation. Each is a powerful technique for winding down before bedtime. You always practice controlled breathing with either, stage-by-stage relaxation, or meditation. Some people practice stage-by-stage relaxation in bed and fall asleep in the process. This is not a bad thing, if your ultimate goal is to...

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