Sleep Management

We all know how good it feels to get a good night’s sleep. But did you know that sleep is essential for your health? When you sleep, your body is able to rest and repair itself. This means that getting enough sleep is vital for maintaining your physical health. However, sleep is also important for your mental health.

Sleep helps to clear the “mental clutter” of the day and allows your brain to focus on consolidation of memories and critical thinking. In other words, sleep helps you be at your best, both physically and mentally. Proper sleep management can help you get through the night and make you feel refreshed and ready for the day when you wake up.

Dr. Catherine is proud to work closely with her husband, Olusegun Oseni, MD, FCCP, DABSM, who is board-certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Care, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine. Dr. Oseni is also currently the leading healthcare provider at Lung & Sleep Specialists of North Texas in Weatherford, TX. Dr. Oseni practices the same integrative and functional principles employed by Dr. Catherine at the AlphaCare Wellness Center in that his approach to sleep medicine is holistic and individualized. His treatments have restored overall health and improved sleep for many of his patients.

Dr. Oseni and the team at Lung & Sleep Specialists of North Texas offer at-home and in-office sleep studies to accurately diagnose a variety of sleep disorders, provide ongoing treatment plans and follow-up care, and encourage patient education for sleep conditions as well as pulmonary and allergy problems that may affect a patient's sleep.


Most people know that getting a good night's sleep is important for overall health and well-being. However, few people realize that there is an art and science to sleep management. In today's busy world, it can be difficult to wind down at the end of the day and get the restful sleep our bodies need. However, with Dr. Catherine Oseni’s help and a little effort, it’s possible to create healthy sleep habits that will leave you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.

There are a few basics that are important for good sleep hygiene. First, try to stick to a regular sleep schedule as much as possible. This means going to bed and waking up at roughly the same time each day, even on weekends. Second, create an environment that is conducive to sleep by keeping noise and light levels low. Finally, avoid using electronic devices in the hours leading up to bedtime as the blue light emitted can disrupt natural circadian rhythms.