Robert Lindeman resides in New England where he enjoys staying active, sailing, vacationing on Nantucket, and promoting healthy lifestyle and sleep habits. He has established a career as a sleep consultant to help individuals and families learn how to reap the benefits of a good night's sleep. Developing poor sleeping habits can have large impacts on your overall health which can affect your lifestyle, family life, career, and more.
Throughout his career, Robert Lindeman has dedicated extensive time and research to learn about the latest news and findings in his industry. He has helped and supported numerous organizations along the way to further promote this cause including:
- National Sleep Foundation
- American Academy of Sleep Medicine
- American Sleep Association
- American Sleep Apnea Association
These groups bring doctors, researchers, scientists, and other professionals together to collaborate and develop innovative strategies and solutions to sleeping problems and sleep disorders.
Over the course of his sleep consulting career, Robert Lindeman has become knowledgeable in a variety of major sleep disorders. These sleep disorders include:
- Insomnia - Put simply, insomnia is the inability to sleep. It can involve having trouble falling asleep, having trouble staying asleep, or still feeling tired after waking up from sleep. While there is no official cure, Robert Lindeman helps patients develop better sleeping and daily life habits that can improve and ease the situation.
- Restless Leg Syndrome - Restless Leg Syndrome is a neurological disorder that causes an individual to feel an irresistible and constant urge to move their legs, causing difficulties in falling asleep comfortably. A few ways to decrease the burdens of restless leg syndrome recommended by Robert Lindeman include: hot and cold packs, massages, relaxation, exercise and stretching, dietary supplements, and more.
- Sleep Walking - Sleep walking is a very common disorder occurring in more than 3 million Americans each year. Robert Lindeman has found most cases of sleepwalking to be in children and teenagers. It can often be causes by lack of sleep, stress, unstable or chaotic schedule, as well as certain medical conditions.
- Sleep Apnea - Sleep Apnea is one of the more serious disorders Robert Lindeman deals with in his patients. It involves an involuntary interruption of a person's breathing while sleeping. Symptoms of sleep apnea can include: loud snoring, abrupt awakening with a shortness of breath, waking up with a dry mouth or sore throat, etc. If you are experiencing these symptoms it is important to speak with your doctor right away.