For Clinicians

  Take Back the Night

is a RightSleep® course being held at the

Westin DFW Airport on Sept 8th and 9th 2017.  Click on this link to register.

It is being sponsored by Dr. Kent Smith of 21st Century Sleep Courses in Irving Texas.

To host a RightSleep® course at your practice location:

Learn how to use RightSleep® in your practice to improve your outcomes with CPAP devices or oral appliances. For the first time you can help your patients with insomnia without having to resort to addictive medications.

Course Topics:

■ Recent discoveries: Neurotransmitters, sleep and repair

■ Cholecalciferol and the brainstem sleep switches

■ Pantothenic acid, acetylcholine and the parasympathetic nervous system

■ The intestinal microbiome and sleep.

■ Apnea, periodic limb movements and the neurotransmitters that control paralysis

■ Your new skill set makes your patients more successful. Your happy patients bring you more new referrals!

■  Incorporating the RightSleep®approach into your practice

 

You may want to print out the course application and description and scan them back to me at sgominak@yahoo.com

 

RS 2 day course description practice location

RightSleep Application

 

 

Published Works and More Detailed Information

“The world epidemic of sleep disorders is linked to vitamin D deficiency.” Authors: S.Gominak, W.Stumpf. Med Hypotheses. 2012 Aug;79(2):132-5. Med Hypoth vitamin-d-sleep -gominak

“Vitamin D deficiency changes the intestinal microbiome reducing B vitamin production in the gut.” Med Hypotheses. 2016 Sep;94:103-7 Med Hypoth 2nd article

“The Commensal Relationship of the Normal Human Colonic Microbiome: We supply them with vitamin D they supply us with B vitamins.” Gominak commensal Gi D

“Vitamin D Supplementation results in Secondary Pantothenic acid Deficiency producing Sleep Disruption, Pain and Neuropathy.” .Gominak pantothenic acid deficiency

Medical Curriculum Vitae: Gominak Medical-Curriculum-Vitae-2017

Oral Health Canadian Dental Journal: The Next Step in Sleep Dentistry: Is There Anything We Can Do For The Ones Who Don’t Have Apnea?Oral Health Article