Adrian Pristas, M.D.
How much do you know about nightmares? Or microsleeps? Or what really happens when you wake a sleep walker? Sleep expert, Dr. Adrian Pristas, can help.
Whether we are springing forward or falling back, daylight savings time can leave us confused and exhausted. First developed to help conserve energy and make better use of sunlight, the daylight savings tradition continues November 4 at 2 a.m., when the clocks will once again be turned back one hour. To help prepare our bodies for this semiannual change, Adrian Pristas, M.D., medical director of sleep medicine at Bayshore Medical Center and Riverview Medical Center, shared a list of tips and best practices to make for an easier adjustment.