Learning about Sleep

Ten years ago I started to ask my neurology patients about their sleep. They weren’t coming to see me for their sleep but they all had sleep problems in the background. Some had insomnia, some slept but were always tired, some had sleep apnea.  Many of my patients were kind enough to have sleep studies and I slowly learned how to improve my patients’ sleep. When their sleep improved their neurological problems improved! Eventually I published several important observations about sleep and vitamins they are available here.

RightSleep® is a revolutionary methodology.  Using vitamins that are readily available at any pharmacy you can improve your sleep disorder, whether it’s insomnia, chronic fatigue or apnea. It’s not quick.  It takes commitment and a willingness to keep good records and observe what your body is telling you. It is not vitamins that fix us, vitamins are just the building blocks of repair. It is sleep that fixes us. Once you understand what is wrong with your sleep and how to improve it you can help your headaches, anxiety, depression, fatigue, pain and many types of chronic illness.

RightSleep® is more than feeling awake the next day. Having healthy sleep is about giving our bodies important time to heal every single night. Just imagine that we only had to see our doctors once a year because we were able to  heal our own bodies every night (through healthy sleep). I deeply care about you and your ability to conquer the pain and illness that has challenged you up to this point. You might want to start at FAQ’s . Learn to think about your sleep in a new way.

I also feel great compassion for medical practitioners who are increasingly frustrated by a system that stifles their ability to really serve their patients. Are you a clinician? I would like to show you a way to help your patients sleep and feel better. What would it feel like to have one patient after another tell you that they were sleeping better and feeling better and were hopeful about your ability to decrease their medications and their pain? Go to For Clinicians  to invite me to come and teach you and your staff this technique in person.

Medical Curriculum Vitae 2017