Dr. Russell Rosenberg
A team of 8 sleep experts, including ASMC CEO Dr. Russell Rosenberg, recently contributed to an Everyday Health panel discussing ten common questions about sleep.
A team of 8 sleep experts, including ASMC CEO Dr. Russell Rosenberg, recently contributed to an Everyday Health panel on all things sleep.
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Russell Rosenberg, PhD has been elected chairman of the National Sleep Foundation (NSF) for a two-year term starting July 1.
Dr. Rosenberg is a board certified sleep specialist with 26 years of clinical and research experience.
As chairman, Dr. Rosenberg will lead the National Sleep Foundation's board of directors, comprised of physicians, scientists, and business professionals.
said Dr. Rosenberg
"We are greatly honored that Dr. Rosenberg
has accepted a leading role with the Foundation."
Last week, Atlanta Sleep Medicine Clinic CEO Dr. Russell Rosenberg and Medical Director Dr. Michael Laceycollaborated with the 11Alive Atlanta morning team for four segments on sleep.
CNN International reporter Ralitsa Vassileva interviewed Atlanta Sleep Medicine Clinic CEO Dr. Russell Rosenberg to discuss overnight shift workers and how to stay awake on the job.
Dr. Rosenberg, CEO of the Atlanta Sleep Medicine Clinic, is also the Vice Chair of the National Sleep Foundation & a member of the 2011 Sleep in America task force.
Dr. Russell Rosenberg, CEO of the Atlanta Sleep Medicine Clinic & Vice Chair of the National Sleep Foundation, will be representing the National Sleep Foundation tomorrow in a series of radio interviews about sleep and work performance.
In addition to discussing the impact of sleep on work performance, Dr. Rosenberg
will also cover tips to get a better night's sleep and how to wake up feeling refreshed and energized.
On the national level, you can catch Dr. Rosenberg
on the USA Radio Network at 7:10 AM, CRN Network at 10:30 AM, and Health Radio Network from 12:15-12:30.
will also be interviewed by stations in Boston, Orlando, Hartford, Minneapolis, Cleveland, Los Angeles, Colorado, Kansas, & Seattle.
"When we fall back in autumn, our body's circadian rhythm - what determines when we're sleepy and when we're alert - must reset itself," said Dr. Russell Rosenberg, CEO of the Atlanta Sleep Medicine Clinic.
To help keep the body on track, "take a few moments to step outside and expose yourself to the early morning sunlight," said Dr. Rosenberg
, "The sunlight at dawn tends to suppress melatonin, so by getting out each morning and walking around, you can combat your sleepiness."
, Ph. D, D.ABSM, the Atlanta Sleep Clinic's founder and an early pioneer in sleep medicine, recently posed these question to a group of sleep professionals at the 2009 Southern Sleep Society meeting.
began by looking at the history of research about the relationship between pain and sleep.
In conclusion, Dr. Rosenberg's
talk exposed the importance of studying the relationship between sleep and pain.