New Study- What If You Could Drink Your Sleep Aid?

January 27, 2011

Did you know twenty million people experience occasional sleep problems each year?

The Atlanta Sleep Medicine Clinic recently posted on Healthy People 2020 & the government’s decision to include sleep health in their report on national health objectives and goals. As sleep health awareness continues to grow, many people are beginning to seek medical help in dealing with their sleep problems.

You may be familiar with CPAP therapy for sleep apnea patients as well as the variety of medications available for insomnia or narcolepsy. But what if, instead of taking a pill, you could drink your sleep aid?

NeuroTrials Research is currently conducting a clinical research study to evaluate the effectiveness of a sleep drink for those with poor sleep quality. The study requires only 3 in-office visits and qualified participants may be compensated for time and travel.

If you are generally a good sleeper but have been experiencing unsatisfactory sleep for 2-3 nights throughout the past month you may qualify to participate in this study. Participants must be between 25-65 years of age and cannot work a night shift.

For more information on this study, call 404-851-9934 or visit NeuroTrials.

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NeuroTrials Educates the Atlanta Community about the Dangers of Sleep Apnea

September 23, 2009

This summer, the staff of NeuroTrials Research, Inc. has joined forces with the Atlanta Sleep Medicine Clinic to educate the Atlanta community about the dangers of sleep apnea.

From August 14th – 15th NeuroTrials Research, Inc. had a booth at the Pigs and Peaches BBQ Festival in Kennesaw and also shared a booth with the Atlanta Sleep Medicine Clinic at the well-known Decatur Book Festival from September 4th – 5th.

NeuroTrials Staff at the Pigs and Peaches BBQ Festival

NeuroTrials Staff at the Pigs and Peaches BBQ Festival

NeuroTrials Staff at the Pigs and Peaches BBQ Festival

NeuroTrials Staff at the Pigs and Peaches BBQ Festival

NeuroTrials Staff at theDecatur Book Festival

NeuroTrials Staff at theDecatur Book Festival