It’s easy to forget how important a good night’s sleep is in our busier than ever lives. Who has time to sleep 8 hours a day? According to this week’s guest, Dr. Cathy Goldstein, Associate Professor of Neurology at University of Michigan Sleep Disorders Center, it’s important enough to make the time! Hear what Dr. Goldstein has to say about the effects of sleep on our digestive health and tips on how to improve the quality of your sleep at night.
Cathy Goldstein, MD
Cathy Goldstein, MD is an Associate Professor of Neurology at the University of Michigan Sleep Disorders Center where she cares for patients with various conditions such as obstructive sleep apnea, insomnia, restless legs syndrome, and circadian rhythm sleep-wake disorders, as well as participating in the training of future sleep physicians.
Dr. Goldstein’s scholarly activities include research that uses consumer sleep technology and mathematical modeling of sleep as well as the assessment of sleep patterns in other health states, developing methods to assess sleep and circadian rhythms in the ambulatory, day-to-day setting.
She serves the sleep community with editorial responsibilities for UpToDate and Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine and leadership of the AASM Artificial Intelligence in Sleep Medicine Committee. At her institution, she is the sleep department physician champion for virtual health and enjoys various educational roles that target diverse learners such as the University of Michigan Athletics Department.