MD for Moms Radio | Dr. Priya Prashad | Wouldn’t It Be Nice To Sleep Like a Baby? | June 2nd, 2021

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This week on MD for Moms, I’ll be interviewing  Dr. Priya Prashad, a child and adult sleep medicine specialist about sleep, why we need it, why many of us can’t seem to get enough of it and how to improve it. If there is one thing we all need to function in daily life, it is a good night’s sleep. Many of us are tired often, yet we can’t always fall or stay asleep without waiting a long time or taking medication. Why is this? What are the reasons for sleep disturbance and what can be done to improve things. Dr. Prashad explains the common causes for sleeplessness and treatment options. She also goes into what a sleep study is and who will benefit from having one. We also delve into how COVID impacts sleep, both directly for those who are sick and those with long haul syndrome, and indirectly through life changes that have occurred with the pandemic. Sleeping well is a gift, so join us and learn how to get better sleep tonight.

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Learn more about my guest, Dr. Priya Prashad:

dr priya prashad headshot Dr. Prashad is among the few Board-certified Pediatric Sleep Medicine physicians in the country that sees adult patients also. She is part of Boston Children’s Health Physicians in NY, is an attending physician at Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital at Westchester Medical Center, and an assistant professor at New York Medical College. She was named a NY Metro Castle Connolly top doctor in 2020 and treats every kind of sleep disorder from sleep apnea to insomnia in all ages. She has offices and interprets sleep studies at several different locations in the Hudson Valley but has been doing primarily telemedicine since the pandemic began. Her husband and 2 young children are all excellent sleepers.

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