News & Views

Monthly columns by Zachary Pearl (Phd), Staff. staff will release monthly columns covering the latest medical news globally, focusing on sleep-related issues and their effect on our lives.

Please note that Circadin® is indicated as monotherapy for the short-term treatment of primary insomnia characterized by poor quality of sleep in patients who are aged 55 or over. Accordingly, the off label use indicated below are not recommended and the prescribing and labelling of your country must be followed.

Here are our latest columns:

  • Can Herbal Teas Help You Sleep Better?

    March, 2024

    Good sleep is essential to people lives, however almost 55% of the elderly people suffer from insomnia. In ancient times herbal teas were used to treat sleep problems and in recent years, numerous scientific and medical researches that has been published supports their action, either directly on sleep (via sedation), or indirectly, by reducing stress and mind-activity. 

  • Jet lag and sleep

    December, 2023

    Jet lag is an imbalance of our body’s natural “biological clock” due to traveling between different time-zones. The symptoms of jet lag consist primarily of insomnia and daytime sleepiness but can also include mood changes, reduced physical performance, cognitive impairment and gastrointestinal disturbances

  • Yin vs. Yang – A Chinese Medicine View at Sleep and Treating Insomnia

    September, 2023

    Chinese Medicine is one of the oldest medicines in the world and in today’s world its practice is also backed by modern research. Traditional Chinese Medicine pays a lot of attention to sleep issues and differentiates between trouble falling sleep, difficulty staying asleep (“light sleep”), and having dream-disturbed sleep, as each is related to an imbalance in a different organ system.

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    Resetting your body clock

    May, 2023

    Untreated Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders can lead to insomnia and excessive daytime sleepiness, with severe undesirable health, psychological, and social consequences.

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    • Dr. Zach Pearl Staff

    • November, 2022
    • Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders
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