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About Dr. Meeta Singh

Helping high achievers develop mastery over their sleep

I am a board-certified physician focused on the applied science of sleep. My approach concentrates on improving sleep health with the aim of enhancing physical and mental performance, health, and quality of life.

Background & Experience

In my clinical practice,  I am the Service chief of sleep medicine, and section head and medical director at the Henry Ford sleep center in Michigan. I did my  training in Psychiatry at the Mayo clinic and a sleep fellowship at the Henry Ford hospital. I am board-certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology(under the American Board of Medical Specialties) as a psychiatrist and sleep medicine subspecialist. I am a member in good standing of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. 

I  have served as a consultant for multiple NFL, MLB, NHL and NBA teams. And have worked with college sports teams and large organizations, and CEO’s and other C suite executives who are aiming for success in the global world. My principle philosophy is to cut through the hype and disinformation about sleep and provide an evidence-based guide TO GETTING your sleep right.

Coaching Your Sleep Muscle

Recent Talks

My talks on sleep science inspire and challenge the status quo by using science-based knowledge to optimize sleep and accelerate performance on the personal and team level. Using in-depth knowledge and experience in sleep and circadian science helps make these sessions interactive, interesting and understandable, compelling the audience to look and think of sleep in a way they have never done before. My  experience working with a variety of sports and organizations helps me tailor the talks to focus on the specific sleep issues that are differentially associated with different industries and sports.

Articles & Research

Paybacks for Lost Sleep

Are you getting enough sleep? Chronic sleep deprivation or accumulating “sleep debt,” can leave you feeling tired, listless and sleepy on a daily basis. Most people need around seven to
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Do You Have Signs of These Rare Sleep Disorders?

You may have already heard of sleep issues such as sleep apnea, narcolepsy and insomnia, but lesser known and more rare sleep disorders can also take a toll on a
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Relying on Sleeping Pills? What You Need to Know

According to the American Sleep Association, up to 70 million American adults suffer from some sort of sleep disorder. And more than one-third of Americans don’t get enough sleep on a
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