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Sina Nader
Sina Nader is co-founder and CEO of SWAN Solutions (, a company dedicated to helping the employees of forward-thinking corporations Sleep Well At Night in a medically-validated way. He has over 12 years of experience in the field of sleep diagnostics and treatments, and has been a featured speaker on sleep at multiple Fortune 500 companies. In his spare time, he reads scientific studies and research about sleep… until he falls asleep. And in case you were wondering, he has an AHI of 2.7 and averages about 7.8 hours of sleep per night.

Entries by Sina Nader

Is the FDA Sleeping on the Job When It Comes to Sleeping Pills?

(3) Comments | Posted May 20, 2014 | 6:32 PM

A few days ago, the FDA cut the recommended dosage for one of the most popular sleeping pills in half. This brings up some questions -- to put it politely.

Let's forget for a moment that sleeping pills have been linked to serious complications, such...

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The Worst Sleep Disorder of Them All

(1) Comments | Posted May 2, 2014 | 5:14 PM

As a kid I used to love watching the G.I. Joe cartoon series, and still can remember one of their catchphrases: "Knowing is half the battle!" Now, over 25 years later, it occurs to me that this quote is relevant to the field of sleep as well.

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America's Most Sleep-Deprived State (Hint: It's Not New York)

(0) Comments | Posted May 2, 2014 | 5:13 PM

We all know that Americans need more quality sleep, and we know the consequences of skimping on sleep. But do you know how sleep-deprived your particular state is? As a Californian, I would have guessed we are relatively more sleep deprived out here, and ditto for...

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Thriving: What 10 Persian Poems, 'Caddyshack' and the Bee Gees Have in Common with The Third Metric?

(0) Comments | Posted April 24, 2014 | 10:35 AM

Imagine being asked casually by Albert Einstein to describe how physics applies to daily life. That's kind of how I felt when Arianna Huffington invited me to write about how I'm redefining success. "Wow," I thought, "What a challenge. Okay, let's do this." After some serious reflection, I realized that...

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