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"dr carol ash" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:58 min | 7 months ago

"dr carol ash" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Corona virus related dreams this month and it's not necessarily a bad thing Dr Carol ash is a sleep specialist and chief medical officer at RWJBarnabas health in New Jersey she tells CBS dreams are the way our bodies and brains process the experience of the day studies have shown that when you don't sleep well at night your anxiety is increased by thirty percent so good sleep and dreams they're a normal healthy process and unfortunately with all the things we're dealing with this but this coronavirus we're all going through collective trauma so we're seeing more and more of these vivid dreams and nightmares it's not uncommon to have sleep disruption and nightmares during trauma but what also is happening is some of those because we're not working our schedules are disrupted and we're we're sleeping in we're actually getting more sleep and you have more dreams right before you wake in in the morning so most of us are actually experiencing dreams for the first time so we're finding our dreams are more vivid because we just haven't had the opportunity to really get good quality sleep Dr ash also says social distancing is heightening our anxiety and disrupting our sleep because it affects our sense of self when you disrupt your sleep at night it activates the part of the brain for protection so you have to have a greater sense that your space is being violated you you really don't even want to be around people so it magnifies that sense of isolation and loss so it's not as bad as we think we're gonna get through this stick to the social distancing and we really can can cope it's the way the brain works it's giving the us that precede additional sense of loss and isolation Dr Karel acts as a sleep specialist and chief medical officer at RWJBarnabas health in New Jersey well most Americans think staying at home to slow the spread of corona virus is more important than re opening the.

"dr carol ash" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:25 min | 7 months ago

"dr carol ash" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Unfortunately with all the things we're dealing with this but this coronavirus we're all going through collective trauma so we're seeing more and more of these vivid dreams and nightmares it's not uncommon to have sleep disruption and nightmares during trauma but would also is happening is some of those because we're not working our schedules are disrupted and we're we're sleeping in we're actually getting more sleep and you have more dreams right before you wake in in the morning so most of us are actually experiencing dreams for the first time so we're finding our dreams are more vivid because we just haven't had the opportunity to really get good quality sleep doctor Asch says social distancing is hiding or anxiety and disrupting our sleep because it affects our sense of self when you disrupt your sleep at night it activates the part of the brain for protection so you have to have a greater sense that your space is being violated you you really don't even want to be around people so it magnifies that sense of isolation and loss so it's not as bad as we think we're gonna get through this stick to the social distancing and we really can can cope it's the way the brain works it's giving them a cent per scene additional sense of loss and isolation Dr Carol ash sleep specialist and chief medical officer at RWJBarnabas health in New Jersey four forty eight at W. C. yes traffic and weather together sponsored by security Dodge here's Tom Kaminski all right let's go back on over to the B. Q. we southbound side of Atlantic Avenue this afternoon there in that spot we've got a stalled tractor trailer in the center lane but just like yesterday we've got some very big delays right across the Brooklyn Bridge back onto the FDR drive southbound delays back almost toward that area of grand street so very heavy on the southbound side of the F. E. R. as well as right across the Brooklyn Bridge and we've also had other problems on the FDR drive on the northbound side the seeing some very heavy volume in through the mid sixties and then heavy again as we get on up to just shy the RFK bridge around a hundred and sixteenth street we had a crash at least one lane was blocked there we still have some southbound delays too as we get in for the area of the mid seventies had some earlier problems there they have been cleared but westbound cross Bronx just use some caution around that area the Bronx river over three Third Avenue very rough road surface there I'm Tom Kaminski in the W. CBS traffic center.

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"dr carol ash" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:20 min | 7 months ago

"dr carol ash" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Much of this one making it up as we go along when you have more questions than answers this flattening mean that we'll soon see a decrease or does it suggest there's a plateau well that is a great question there's one voice you can turn to for true want to turn now to the important issue of mental health understanding how do we socially distance without emotionally distancing herself and making sense of our world we are all in this together the CBS evening news with Norah o'donnell on CBS tonight at eight PM eastern the internet has offered the ability for people to discuss but at the same time you provided a platform that anybody can put their information out on there what if the moon is a hologram what if it's not real the Bible describes world living evolution's fry the world is there not a national standard for science instruction in this country who here believes in evolution like almost everything in our lives our sleep and dreams are being affected by the corona virus in a Harvard survey more than two thousand people describe five thousand covert related dreams in the past month they include nightmares about getting the virus and anxiety dreams about forgetting to wear masks outside Dr Carol ashes a sleep specialist and chief medical officer at RWJBarnabas health in Rahway New Jersey good morning doctor Asch I know so many people have been telling me they've had strange dreams recently in including myself I've had a couple of really surreal ones the kind where you wake up and you go what was that so what is going on in our heads what Anthony dreams or physiologic signal and their their normal we have them all the time sometimes we don't know we are having them but it's your body and your brain processing the events and experiences experiences of the day it's for emotional processing and helps us prepare for future events so is it basically healthy to have these dreams as disturbing as some of the maybe yeah well they they are healthy.

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"dr carol ash" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"dr carol ash" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Station. And so that's why music can help reset the bedroom for place of calm since the stimuli in the bedroom that'll help reset. And again, that's Dr Carol ash. She is a sleep specialist. The word of the year two thousand eighteen says a lot about the year two thousand eighteen the Oxford English. Dictionary says more people use the word toxic this year compared to any other the word experts say toxic describes the political culture of two thousand eighteen is also used by people to describe their relationships and others habits last year's Oxford word of the year, targeted millennials youth quake, some of the runners up this year include gas lighting orbiting and tech lash guess leading has been around for a long time. It's devastated parts of California and Florida now the recovery from hurricane Michael k aroldis news time is two forty four. Listen to NewsRadio ten eighty. They are L D anytime anywhere. Download the radio dot com app. Powered by give me the van dot com. Sell us your car. North Pole hotline, my in laws are hosting thanksgiving. And we're bringing addressing you mean, stuffing, no dressing, I need cute outfits for everyone. Gets old navy old navy. Yup. Navy's got stylish denim velvet tops the best and forty percent of your entire purchase right now. Are you percent off? We'll be stuffing our shopping bag full. Plus get fifty percent off when you use or open an old navy card now through Sunday, you can even buy a line of pickup in store for free and all you can wear buffet. Holiday your heart out at old navy dot com. Valid eleven fifteen eleven eighteen exclusions apply. See stores for details. No an ad from dad save money on car insurance when you bundle home and auto with progressive. Yeah. In other ways to save money. Don't buy those expensive coffees. Then you can save up for I don't know. Really nice dress shirt just saying it's great that you feel comfortable here at work. But you know, an adult could walk in progressive Kathy from becoming your parents, but we can save you money when you bundle home and auto. Progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurance discounts not available in all states or situations.

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"dr carol ash" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"dr carol ash" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"So it has a significant health and mental impact on the question would be well, then just have them go to bed early. Neil adolescence the middle school and high school children their brains are different so melatonin gets released later in the in in children. And also the pressure to fall asleep is less. So it's harder for them to fall asleep at night. So they can't go to bed earlier just physiologically different. So it's about the rhythms of their their circadian rhythms. That more than about specific times or numbers of hours sleep. Well, the circadian rhythms are very critical, and that's right, John. They have a different circadian rhythm than we do. But the amount is important too. So if you're going to bed later because your physiology forces at then you're getting up earlier, you're not getting the sleepy me some advice. You have parents who are say, I know this is true. I can totally see it in my kids. But how can I help them get more sleep? Well, what you can do is stick to a regular schedule. I wanna make sure they're getting at the same time on the weekends and weekdays because L set the circadian rhythm, believe it or not. And if they're having problems with with don's is our. Popping out of getting teenagers to not sleep. Yeah. I mean, we make up for dinner if we're lucky weekends. It's hard. But it's the one thing we can change. So if you can control that schedule it's really important, and you know, as we go to bed at night take away the electronics, make sure try and get them to bed earlier. Don't let them sit up on the phone texting their friends. That's that's a problem. You met a teenager. Dr. That is Dr Carol ash talking on CBS this morning WW J news time, four forty four. We'll check sports. Now time for sports on NewsRadio nine fifty w w j the one one ground ball to short scooping it up the shortstop good room needs to toss over to. I to Jimmy Ducey in the Tigers take game two and there's three game series of the Chicago White Sox five run second inning the difference in the game big nights, Grayson Greiner, Nico, Mikey. Ma took our final score the Detroit Tigers eight in Chicago White Sox three Dan Dickerson with the call over ninety seven one. The ticket Mikey Maatouk. Hit a two run home run rookie, Grayson Greiner drove in three runs as Francisco Ariana one for the first time in over four months your final again, Detroit over Chicago eight to three game three against the White Sox later tonight at eight ten over on ninety seven one the ticket Jordan Zimmermann with the star for Detroit against Chicago's Michael kopech, turning to the tennis court defending champion, Rafael Nadal shockingly was. Shut out in the first set of his US open quarterfinal before coming back to beat number nine C. Dominic dean in four hours and forty nine minutes. It was only the fourth time in two hundred eighty two career grand slam matches that in the Dow lost a set by a six old score. It's the first time he won that match after that kind of start. And Serena Williams moves on she the twenty three time grand slam champion has moved into the semi-finals with a six four six three victory over eighth seed Carolina, plus Cova, this will be Williams's twelve semi-final appearance at the open Michigan state head coach Mark dantonio says his team did some good things against Utah state. But there are some areas they need to work on very well possession time. We have a lot of third down in short conversions had nine times went third third down short, which is sorta uncommon in this day and age so. Control the possession time three seven minutes. Got some big plays. A lot of explosive plays ten explosive plays on the days. Well, offensively so Spartans are wanna know. And we'll take on Zona next Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh. Meantime says despite the wolverines starting the year Owen one with the loss to Notre Dame. They have not lost their confidence this season. Everybody inside of our team blazing each other and believes in in. The team believes in each other and stressing the importance of going from one week to week wander. We to Michigan will look to.

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"dr carol ash" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"dr carol ash" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

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"dr carol ash" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"dr carol ash" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Kelly in traffic T A Graham at the WW J business, Jeff Bellinger, and our reporter this morning. John Hewitt your AccuWeather. Meteorologists on-duty Carl babinski w w j news time twelve forty one some California students may soon start school later. Lawmakers have approved legislation that calls for students not to start before eight thirty. Dr Carol ash talked about it on CBS this morning all the research points to that delayed school start time can have a big impact on middle school children and adolescents when they don't get the sleep. They need it can cause poor academic performance. Drowsy, driving, depression, loneliness, social, isolation, addictive, behaviors and weight gain, obesity and hypertension. So it has a significant health and mental impact on the question would be well, then just having. Go to bed early. Adolescence the middle school and high school children their brains are different so melatonin gets released later in the in children. And also the pressure to fall asleep is less. So it's harder for them to fall asleep at night. So they can't go to bed earlier just physiologically different. So it's about the rhythms of their their circadian rhythms. That more than about specific times or numbers of hours of sleep. Well, the circadian rhythms are very critical, and that's right, John. They have a different circadian rhythm than we do. But the amount is important too. So if you're going to bed later because your physiology forces that then you're getting up earlier, you're not getting the sleep. But some advice, you have two parents who are say, I know this is true. I can see it in my kids. But how can I help them get more sleep? Well, what you can do is stick to a regular schedule to want to make sure they're getting the same time on the weekends. And weekdays because Al set the circadian rhythm, believe it or not. And if they're having problems with with don's eyes are popping out of this. Because he's like getting teenagers to not sleep in. I mean, we make up for dinner if we're lucky he's the weekends. It's hard. But it's the one thing we can change. So if you can control that schedule is really important, and you know, as we go to bed at night take away the electron IX, make sure try and get them to bed earlier. Don't let them sit up on the phone texting their friends. That's a that's a problem humidity teenager, doctor Allen. Okay. Some people say this is an economic issue. If you heard that what does that mean? Yes. Well, they they'll say even on the California a scoreboard argued that it's a luxury that working families and families with hardships cannot afford, and I would say absolutely reverse. They argued it's ten million dollars a.

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Why California is considering later school start times

24 Hour News

02:47 min | 2 years ago

Why California is considering later school start times

"Some California students may soon start school later. Lawmakers have approved legislation that calls for students not to start before eight thirty. Dr Carol ash talked about it on CBS this morning all the research points to that delayed school start time can have a big impact on middle school children and adolescents when they don't get the sleep. They need it can cause poor academic performance. Drowsy, driving, depression, loneliness, social, isolation, addictive, behaviors and weight gain, obesity and hypertension. So it has a significant health and mental impact on the question would be well, then just having. Go to bed early. Adolescence the middle school and high school children their brains are different so melatonin gets released later in the in children. And also the pressure to fall asleep is less. So it's harder for them to fall asleep at night. So they can't go to bed earlier just physiologically different. So it's about the rhythms of their their circadian rhythms. That more than about specific times or numbers of hours of sleep. Well, the circadian rhythms are very critical, and that's right, John. They have a different circadian rhythm than we do. But the amount is important too. So if you're going to bed later because your physiology forces that then you're getting up earlier, you're not getting the sleep. But some advice, you have two parents who are say, I know this is true. I can see it in my kids. But how can I help them get more sleep? Well, what you can do is stick to a regular schedule to want to make sure they're getting the same time on the weekends. And weekdays because Al set the circadian rhythm, believe it or not. And if they're having problems with with don's eyes are popping out of this. Because he's like getting teenagers to not sleep in. I mean, we make up for dinner if we're lucky he's the weekends. It's hard. But it's the one thing we can change. So if you can control that schedule is really important, and you know, as we go to bed at night take away the electron IX, make sure try and get them to bed earlier. Don't let them sit up on the phone texting their friends. That's a that's a problem humidity teenager, doctor Allen. Okay. Some people say this is an economic issue. If you heard that what does that mean? Yes. Well, they they'll say even on the California a scoreboard argued that it's a luxury that working families and families with hardships cannot afford, and I would say absolutely reverse. They argued it's ten million dollars a

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"dr carol ash" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"dr carol ash" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"AM at the earliest atop sleep expert, Dr Carol ashes backing the measure Hopi size. We were down about one hundred forty points in the early going for the Dow right now down twenty four points briefly pumped into positive territory in the last hour by just a point. But that latest rally fizzled out NASDAQ now down twenty points still near record high and the s&p five hundred down six near its record high. Among the big winners today. Shares of Amazon popping around two thousand fifty dollars right now around twenty four dollars to two thousand thirty seven this brought Amazon's market cap to a trillion dollars following apple which hit a trillion dollars a month ago. Apple saga also hitting record. Highs today on the flip side we see.

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"dr carol ash" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"dr carol ash" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Your show, social brain. Jeans are important for the building blocks in your physiology. So when you don't sleep you just don't feel and look different. You are different physiologically sleep expert. Dr Carol ash talking about how important it is for kids to get enough sleep. And why a Bill on governor Brown's desk could really help. Mitchell joins us now, she's at the super micro Intel money desk. Bit of red today bid, stocks are paring their losses though. Rebecca, the Dow is down now just seven points. The NASDAQ down twenty two and the s&p down five as positive manufacturing numbers compete for investors. Attention with concerns about trade and emerging markets. Facebook and Twitter shares falling ahead of Capitol Hill testimony tomorrow and the FCC chief says in a blog post that may be time for new transparency rules for social media platforms. Facebook shares dropping nearly three percent Twitter is down. One percent. Tesla's robo taxis worth a lot less than Waymo. According to one Wall Street firm, Morgan Stanley puts tests them abilities value at just under eighteen billion dollars about a tenth of Waymo. Tesla shares are falling extending their losing streak to six sessions. Elon Musk probably doesn't have to worry about the SEC suspending him. Legal analyst tells Bloomberg regulators aren't likely to try to remove him as Tesla's CEO because that would hurt shareholders reports Saint the SEC is investigating his tweet that he had funding secured to take tesla..

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"dr carol ash" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"dr carol ash" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Two we've all been told at some point or regular sleep wake cycle is most beneficial to get more sleep a new study published in the lancet psychiatry says it's simple daily routines cannot only benefit your sleep cycles but overall mental health dr carol ash director of sleep medicine at new jersey's meridian health spoke about it with kcbs anchor jennifer hodges so doctor explained to our listeners in what ways do daily routines aid in better sleep for you if you're kind of all over the place while there's been a multitude studies have shown that one in a regular schedule and has a really significant impact on our on our health and includes things like adverse cardiovascular problems higher blood pressure can can lead to in some instances strokes increase weight gain diabetes.

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