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Maximize your patients' success by adding RightSleep® to your practice.

RightSleep® can be added to oral appliance and CPAP therapy. It’s perfect for the patient with sleep study findings that are not apnea related; multiple unexplained awakenings, reduced REM or insomnia.

Take Back the Night Course:  Dallas Texas. May 17th 18th 2019

Early bird pricing until March 28th $2000.00 After March 28th $2500. 

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RightSleep® Course Topics:

  • Neurotransmitters, sleep and repair.
  • Vitamin D and the brain sleep switches.
  • The intestinal microbiome and sleep.
  • Pantothenic acid, acetylcholine the parasympathetic nervous system and sleep.
  • Apnea, periodic limb movements and the neurotransmitters that control paralysis in deep sleep.
  • Your new skill set makes your patients more successful. Your happy patients bring you more new referrals!
  • Incorporating RightSleep® into your practice.

What clinicians are saying about RightSleep®.

“Learning about  the neurochemistry of sleep and how it’s gone wrong completely changed my approach.” Dr. RB

For the first time we can treat the underlying cause of insomnia.” Dr. JG

“Dr. Gominak answered so many of my questions, she gave me a new form of treatment that my patients love.” Dr. CW

“I now have something more than CPAP masks and addictive medications to offer my patients, it’s completely changed my practice!” Dr. KS


Click on the links to download pdf.

1)”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.

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

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

4) “Vitamin D Supplementation results in Secondary Pantothenic acid Deficiency producing Sleep Disruption, Pain and Neuropathy.” 

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

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