22 Burst results for "National Sleep Foundation"

"national sleep foundation" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

06:00 min | 5 months ago

"national sleep foundation" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

"Unless it like. If you're not having the connection time before we go to the other room democrats. I know a couple. That doesn't do any connection time before they go. Their separate suites connection. Time can encompass many different. It could be sexual. It could be watching tv. It just means like connecting laying in bed together whether you do the deed or you not do the deed washington views important. It could just be a conversation. It's tibia a recap of the day. I think that's important. Yeah and then so. That's really been a trend. Yes really i mean it kind of makes sense like you know. I do like having someone next to me though but every once in a while maybe like. Hey every monday like you don't sleep in bed posed but the whole trend of this being a thing. I mean that's just dividing now at. That doesn't seem yeah. That's putting a bigger wage and relationships and monogamy. I i feel like because even sometimes it says it's those things where you go to bed and just knowing the other person's right next to you otherwise it might feel like an apartment. What i mean if you go to the other room and you have this whole other set up and every night. You're pretty much doing your own routine. Beggars feel weird. That's why i take a lot of comfort in her being there. That's why i say. I don't like sleeping alone because i really liked looking over having her next to in but to underscore my point architectural digest. This year called the hottest new trend in homebuilding double master bedroom's. Wow what a fresh topic wouldn't even know. We were going to get onto interesting it. Yeah definitely interesting. But then when i say that i i could fall asleep. Cut like laying on top of you. I love cuddling and falling asleep. But that's not really your thing. So i've kind of morphed into like okay like you can go then if you want. If i can't come fall asleep and you i'm out. I wanna starfish. That's so interesting. What is this according to a twenty seventeen survey from the national sleep foundation. Almost one in four married couple sleep in separate bedrooms. I don't i bet it's probably like because there. I will say this. I if you snort i could not sleep in the same bureaucrats you like. I like you have to leave one hundred percent because that would just be or if you. I don't know if i've azero tolerance policy when it comes to sewing. Okay mr use norway more. Like but if i do. It's because i'm really really really really really tired. Yeah do you have you snore. Yeah and the sad thing is that. I've got a lot of stuff because look i've always said it that this wonderful woman is in bed with me. I don't wanna make it a challenge for her to be there you know. I don't want to put up any obstacles. So i've have a number of. I tried all different things you know that they offer at that. The local cvs that actually went and saw an emt. I did what they call a balloon procedure where they put balloons up..

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"national sleep foundation" Discussed on Talk About Talk

Talk About Talk

02:01 min | 5 months ago

"national sleep foundation" Discussed on Talk About Talk

"Sleep hygiene on creating that environments removing light from the bedrooms because our eyes can actually register light even with our eyes closed. You know you mean to wake up but your eyes are still registering that late in Distrupt your sleep on the sense that you may not be spending as much time in deep sleep. Another good technique is like writing down. You're anxious thoughts you know. Just do some journaling. Writing them down on paper or whatever works. Are you to kind of distress and relax other. So many different ops that can help without to know space com or different journaling ops. Okay i will leave lakes some of those apps in the show notes and i think the journaling thing is really interesting. I've been journaling in the morning but you know what maybe i should be journaling in the evening because then i'm not on a screen right. Yes reducing screen times. A going for sure. Yeah yeah it's like a double whammy if you journal in the evening you're not you're not watching the screen. Thank you for that before we go any further. I just need to clarify. You said eight hours at the beginning but how many hours are adults supposed to be getting is at seven eight nine range of seven to nine and a re talking actually the duration of sleep or is it time in bed and does napping count. Yeah so good question the. Us national sleep foundation recommends seven to nine hours of sleep for healthy adults. Nuts agents eighteen to sixty five and then the harvard medical school actually says that sleeping were than about eight hours per night on on regular basis seems to increase the risk of developing a number of medical conditions. So there are essentially coming out. And saying that if you're sleeping for fewer than eight on a consistent basis than not can lead to help disruptions so i would say eight hours is probably ideal and is that duration. I'm asleep so we need to be in bed for more than eight hours then. Exactly what about napping..

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The Virtual Reptilian Cult

Extraterrestrial

05:50 min | 6 months ago

The Virtual Reptilian Cult

"On july fifteenth. Two thousand seventeen. The son had just begun to rise over the quiet town of cool ball township pennsylvania when a gunshot rang through the air. Operator's answered a disturbing call just moments later and heard the panicked voice of forty two year old barbara rogers she cried. My boyfriend had a gun. He told me to press the trigger. Oh my god he's dead. Police rushed to the scene there on the floor of the tan double wide trailer late thirty two year old. Stephen minot a forty five caliber gunshot wound in his forehead. Barbara rogers stood beside his lifeless body. The firearm nearby barbara immediately claimed that she was innocent stating that her and many. Oh were deeply in love barbara. Even used stevens last name though they were not legally married. Despite her protestations barbara was arrested and police began their investigation. But perhaps barbara's protests weren't as far fetched as police had assumed a cursory internet search revealed. That barbour stephen were active members of an online cult. Run by a woman named sharee schreiner. The detectives searched for answers would lead investigators down a dark path filled with coded messages alien lizards and vampires. Hi i'm greg paulson. And i'm vanessa. Richardson and this is cults. Park has original every tuesday. We look at occult practices their leader and their followers. You can find all episodes of cults and all other podcast originals. Free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream. Cults for free on spotify just opened the app and type cults in the search bar at cast. Were grateful for you our listeners. You will allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and instagram. At podcast and twitter at podcast network. And if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review. Wherever you're listening it really does help. This is our first and only episode on sherry schreiner. The woman behind a virtual reptilian kalt will explore her troubled childhood as well as how schreiner used the internet to cultivate her following sherry. J. schreiner was born on december eleventh. Nineteen sixty five in cleveland. Ohio into a devout god fearing christian family. She attended private christian schools and went to church every sunday. Surrounded by discussions of jesus and religion. Schreiner never remembered a time when she wasn't thinking about discussing reading the bible while sherry was a very private person of the information that's known about our comes from her self published books in one titled bible codes revealed the coming. Ufo invasion sherry claimed that she was proclaiming. God's name by the age of two and she was reborn by the age of five however also at that time she developed horrific haunting night terrors which she described in vivid detail sherry wrote. A figure would stand at the foot of my bed and stare at me as i lay trying to sleep. Fear and sheer terror with grip every muscle and bone. I had it was at least seven feet tall dark and evil. I would shrivel under my blankets and pray for it to go away. I did not know what it was other than feeling it was some evil being straight from hell and i certainly did not know what it wanted. Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist. But she has done a lot of research for this show. thanks greg. The national sleep foundation explained that night terrors can have several causes including extreme tiredness lack of sleep or stress. It is quite possible that stress of her family's devout contributed to share his night terrors. As a child though. We don't know the specifics of the situation. Perhaps sheri's family put pressure on her to adhere to a specific code of conduct prescribed by their faith sheri's terrors continued to haunt her well into her adolescence as the years passed. She had a revelation. These visions were not some anonymous shadowy figures but evil demons sent by lucifer to kill her. She proclaimed herself lucifer's arch enemy. Though she hid this title from those around her by the age of twelve sherry had read the bible from front to back and was particularly interested. In the book of revelation the final book of the christian bible known for its strange imagery and apocalyptic predictions schreiner was fascinated by the concepts of the end of days and the arrival of the anti christ but despite shriners deep immersion in biblical studies. She hated her religion. She disagreed with much of christianity and brandon herself a nonconformist becoming the black sheep of her family but sherry shifted her biblical prophecy studies to the side while she focused on higher education she dreamed of pursuing a career in television news broadcasting

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"national sleep foundation" Discussed on GSMC Health and Wellness Podcast

GSMC Health and Wellness Podcast

11:34 min | 1 year ago

"national sleep foundation" Discussed on GSMC Health and Wellness Podcast

"Before the break we were talking about controlling our nightmares with Iot a form of cognitive behavioral therapy. Now we're going to talk a little bit about night terrors and sleepwalking show in general. There is a shared component of night terrors and nightmares. They can both be very upsetting. And cause you problems when you're sleeping however they do have significant differences. Nightmares tend to be dreams that have very explicit unsettling content and usually occur during rem sleep. That's when your brain is most prone vivid dreaming and that's also why your nightmares tend to occur later at night or early Mornings night terrors. On the other hand tend to occur earlier. During nonren- sleep nightmares are really vividly recalled. So because you were having vivid dreaming and they're occurring mostly during rem sleep and closer to the point when you're waking up then you're going to be more likely to remember them. They are really bad dreams. That are very upsetting night. Terrors though may be associated with shouting sleepwalking screaming or feeling scared or even looking scared for several minutes. Before you relax back into sleep and then you may recall that later. Very vaguely or not at all. It can be really difficult for someone else to watch this happen. It can be very scary for other folks witness but night terrors aren't generally harmful and generally the sleeper isn't GonNa remember it in the morning so it's more distressing to anyone who sees it. Then really the person experiencing it whereas nightmares tend to be the other way around night terrors are also more common in kids so anyone can experience nightmare or a night. Terror but nightmares in particular are much more common in kids than adults. Especially between the ages of four and eight. Nightmares tend to reduce as a child gets older and may altogether go. Nightmares on the other hand can affect any age although they are somewhat more common in kids now whether your concern is night terrors or nightmares if scary dreams or keeping you or your kid awake at night for several nights or weeks in a row. I would really encourage you to talk to your doctor. Or Your Kid's pediatrician for that. Because sleep disruptions as we discussed earlier can really hurt your daytime energy levels and can also positively reinforce other health issues so we do not want those positive feedback cycles has the word positive in it but that just means they reinforce each other. It's not truly positive at all so in. That manner definitely talked to a medical expert to make sure your kid and you can get a good night's sleep because if your kid is suffering from these chances are you're probably awake to and while you're focused may well be on your child. It can also give you some caretaker fatigue and it's important to keep that in mind to now for some leap walking. I think that sleepwalking one of the more fun disorders that are Para Samis to talk about. But it doesn't necessarily mean it's fun for the people experiencing it granted my sleepwalking. Never really upset me but you know it can freak out other people and it's something that as a kid. I did have to warn people about before. I did a sleepover. It's not so much a problem now but you know back then people will be like. Oh that's weird you sleepwalk. That sounds creepy. And then they make the Frankenstein. The mummy walkout you for a little bit you know. I was never super sensitive kid so that really bothered me. I thought it was funny. But for some people everyone reacts to things differently and that can be a big factor for them. So I've found that one of the best ways to work through being embarrassed or scared or upset about something is really understanding it. I find a lot of solace in education and Knowledge in general Y. I know I can work with or I can fight so to that end. We're going to talk a little bit about some issues related to sleepwalking and how the National Sleep Foundation feels about that. An organization of sleep researchers so sleepwalking is also called some nebulous him and it is technically a behavior disorder that happens during sleep and may result in just walking or acting out other weird behaviors. While you're asleep so I told YOU GUYS I've gotten up before and gone and gotten a glass of water and sat back down with it. That is not that uncommon for me when I sleep walk. I'm not just walking around my unconscious. Mind has some sort of goal is going for. I think that I'm hungry thirsty or I have to go to the bathroom and my mom used to just lean into it and she's like okay and she just walked me to bed or wherever wherever I was going at the time. I just keep an eye on me and I didn't really have any difficulty with knowing where I was going. I didn't walk into walls so I don't know what that's about but it is different for everyone and you may perform really complex behaviors. And it's not just necessarily walking around. It's more common kids than adults by far and it's also more likely to happen. If you're sleep deprived asleep walker will typically stay in. We're really deep sleep throughout the entire sleepwalking episode and you may be really difficult to wake up and probably won't remember sleepwalking at all sleepwalking often involves more than just walking during sleep. You can also do other weird stuff you might just sit up in bed and look around. If you're feeling too warm you may take off your. Pj's where you may walk around the house. You may even leave the house or drive long distances. That has happened to a couple of people especially folks who are on tranquilizers now a lot of folks like oh no. It's really scary to wake sleep walker and shouldn't do that. You can hurt them hurt yourself. But that's generally considered to be a misconception by the National Sleep Foundation. It can be dangerous to not WAKE ASLEEP. Walker in some cases. So you really want to gauge that for yourself and or talk to a doctor about this is a regular occurrence for you or another sleep walker in your life so in regards to these very complex actions once my aunt who also sleep box that. I mentioned earlier when she was a kid. She got up. Walked all the way out to the doghouse with a blanket. She was carrying in the snow covered up. The dog then came back into the house and went back to bed. The cold of the snow on her bare feet did not wake her up. She did not recall going out in the middle of the night to cover up the dog with a blanket or anything. It was just something that my grandparents saw. They're like okay. That's weird but I guess she's asleep and we just have to live with that right now so it can be very complex and you'd be surprised. Just how deeply asleep? A lot of sleep walker stay. You would think that something frigid like snow. Bare feet would wake a person up but it didn't. She was able to unlock a door. Go all the way outside. Have the presence of mind in her conscious state to carry that blanket. Cover up the dog and go back in. Perhaps she was subconsciously. Worried about the dog staying warm enough in the North Carolina winters. Who is to say this? Was you know sixty some years ago? Probably at this point. So that's pretty wild but I also pretty cool in a way so your body is acting out these things that you're never quite sure why you're doing it. But they're fun. To think about now the prevalence of sleepwalking in the general population is estimated between one percent and fifteen percent. And it's actually not that uncommon for folks to start sleepwalking and adulthood or continue sleepwalking. When you're an adult it's also generally not associated with anything that is psychiatric or psychological problems that could cause significant harm their different triggers for that are generally related to sleep deprivation sedative agents. So that could be tranquilizers that from your doctor or alcohol even certain types of illnesses where you have a high fever and different types of medications so although children are more likely to sleepwalk especially between the ages of three and seven so that's very similar to the night terrors. We talked about earlier which is between the ages of four and eight. It also tends to occur more often in kids with sleep apnea so there's a higher instance asleep walking among children who experienced bed-wetting in general. That was not my general problem but my sleep walking and talking in my sleep and everything else is Para Sambas. We're very strong with me as a kid so they may experience bed-wetting or they may not but if your child does bed wet. They may have a higher instance of sleepwalking and vice versa. You also have sweet terrors as a related disorder and both sleep terrors and sleepwalking tend to run in families like we talked about earlier. So in general sleepwalking is usually initiated during deep sleep but it can also occur in lighter sleep stages within a few hours of falling asleep and in addition to walking during deep sleep some other symptoms include sleep talking having little or no memory of the event at all having a hard time waking up the sleep walker having any inappropriate behavior leg peeing in closets. That one's really common in children and also screaming so sleepwalking can occur in conjunction with sleep terrors night terrors. And so that can be pretty scary if your kid just wakes up waking up in the middle of night but your kid walks into your room in the middle of the night and just screams that can be terrifying in and of itself but your child may be destroy go with night terrors and sleepwalking. We may be a Para Psalm. The issue you may also have violent attacks on the person trying to awaken the sleep walker so be conscious of that especially if the person does have a co Morbid disorders like PTSD. You may be. Don't want to wake them in all cases. Just keep an eye on them. Make sure that they are safe. Make sure they're not picking up knives and stuff now. They don't have a specific treatment for sleepwalking. But in a lot of cases just making sure that you are going.

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The Benefits of Napping Without Actually Falling Asleep

Curiosity Daily

01:41 min | 1 year ago

The Benefits of Napping Without Actually Falling Asleep

"I have a free minute for a quick nap I take it but sometimes I end up awake with my eyes closed thinking about the nap time. I'm wasting by not being able to sleep if I don't fall asleep at all. It feels like I failed if this sounds familiar to you. I've got good news. New Research says we shouldn't get too stressed about actually sleeping during that nap what scientists call quiet wakefulness is good too. Quiet wakefulness is probably something. You already do. It's resting with your eyes closed. It might not feel like you're doing much when you rest your eyes but the benefits of quiet. Wakefulness are actually pretty huge. The National Sleep Foundation says quiet wakefulness can give the brain and body a break. It can also reduce stress and boost your mood alertness. Creativity mental clarity and motivation scientists. Say That just knowing the quiet wakefulness works is enough to make you feel refreshed after all feeling like asleep. Failure is stressful. And stresses just the opposite of what you want out of a nap knowing that you won't ruin everything by just resting your eyes means your body will actually have time to rest and recover and according to some studies quiet. Wakefulness is even better for productivity and alertness than NAP CZAR. After waking up from an afternoon nap you're liable to experience. Sleep inertia. That's that groggy feeling. That makes it hard to think clearly when you go back to work but quiet. Wakefulness doesn't require any recovery. Time even cooler researchers say the brain activity they see in people practicing quiet. Wakefulness is actually pretty similar. To what you'd see during a nap in other words you get the same effect with less recovery. Time

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"national sleep foundation" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"national sleep foundation" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"You're supposed to train your brain rain not to be so restless when you eventually go to bed later. You don't wear the whole thing when you're in bed. You wear during the day that I said that hacking he kind of yeah like twenty minute intervals. He says is after fifteen sessions. This is the founder. Who's talking to me that I should see results? I was like you know what I could try that out. Why things now includes sleep apnea detection in and it's newly announced scan watch this smartwatch which uses onboard S. P. O.? Two sensors that transmit light into blood vessels and the notes. Hey this where isn't getting enough oxygen which is often a sign that you might be having sleep apnea which can lead to other health risks. There are a lot of people who have sleep apnea in fact the national sleep foundation estimates that eight eighteen million Americans do suffer from the condition. But don't know that they have the scan watch is set for a cutie released for two hundred forty nine dollars. All right we get to the World Pallone dumbly that we were mentioning earlier Yes the people who do. The recipes online announced a wireless smart meat thermometer. That's what we were mentioning earlier. The pros into the meat communicates with the doc both sides and tell the temperature of the meat but also the temperature the oven The probe sense is the temperatures and sends them them back to the dock and based on your settings alerts youth through the APP when you're goose or other item is cooked it also can let you know how much time is left and adjust that even if if you open the door you'll notice the temperature change from opening the door and adjust the time The DOC has a range of one hundred fifty feet and doubles as a charger for the probe and later this year Wolf. pull up to a firmware. We're updating I confirmed with them will be able to communicate with the probe and adjust temperature and baked broil settings medically so then. You won't even have to use the APP. The oven will just be able to do it all on its own if you have a world to Levin yummy smart Monitor available early this year for one hundred twenty nine bucks though. This was one of my favorite things. Here's Noah Oh this wireless right AH okay. The June of Andrey is well first of all smaller than what the whirlpool oven would be. So when you see the world pool you go. Oh Yeah I they all Turkey in there. You know because that's what I'm doing every Sunday but also not having wires The June oven does have a wire thermometer and it works really well but but it is just one more thing for me clean and not lose and make sure I'm using correctly. Oh well I thought we were done. We're not not soon so. That's S U U. N. T. O.. If you haven't heard of the company that first smartwatch. Seven.

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A New Gene Helps Explain Why Some People Need Less Sleep

You Did What Now?

08:29 min | 1 year ago

A New Gene Helps Explain Why Some People Need Less Sleep

"Everyone thinks listening on your host. Stephanie Educator in science efficient aficionado Michael Programmer in Tech Guy Hello Stephanie Happy Abby. Monday happy Veterans Day. Do you have any veterans in your family. A father was a veteran Vietnam. Let's I two coastguard cousins as well. That are yeah yeah. My Dad was in the coastguard. So let's celebrate them today day But my question for you today. Michael is how much sleep do you get on typical night who. I think we've already discussed that. I have two young kids so not enough not enough at all right How much sleep do you need to get in order to be happy and well-functioning enchanting every day what would be your ideal number? I've always found a little over. Seven hours is usually where I'm where I'm happiest. Yeah Oh seven and a half of like in bed time I read it off you I because I have the fitbit's yeah last night. I got five hours and twenty minutes the night before was six hours twenty three minutes and that was we're good nights so well. Some scientists at the University of California San Francisco may have found a gene that. What would allow you to not sleep at all? I'm done for that right. So there are some people out there who typically indeed much Louis sleep than average human being so Just kind of you said you need seven hours of sleep. The National Sleep Foundation. Then would recommend that you as a an adults would need a between seven nine hours to be well-functioning so seven hours is actually pretty good. How much do we actually get As a new parents I think There was a report that came out. That new parents will get about Four hours and forty four minutes of sleep in an average night. Does that sound about right to you. Yeah that sounds absolutely about right. I'm love I'm past the the new parents Youngest is two and a half so I should be getting more sleep now. But that's just in the first year of your baby's life so so I yeah I have a five month old right now and we are dealing with some pretty significant sleep regression He likes to wake up in the middle of night and party. Hard from two in the morning sometimes so yeah so my typic- sleep right now is averaging probably about that that much maybe five hours I would guess so. That's you know that's kind of hard right now but I so that's why I was kind of interested in what they're doing. Being at the University of California they found a gene a mutation. So that it's it's a point mutation in neuropeptide tide receptor. NPS are one and it's responsible for the short sleep phenotype so there's a They think they they were studying a father and his son who to bigly only get four to five hours of sleep a night and they're happy ready to go they don't need more than then four hours of sleep how we're measuring that. What's happy and ready to go because that feels somewhat subjective and probably based on what you have to do what you were doing? Your body is healing overnight right. So if you're doing one thing you need more sleep even be happy but still be your body could still be fatigued. Yeah absolutely so. If you don't get enough sleep what happens what what is I mean. What are some things that can happen when you don't get those You know at least seven seven hours of sleep you definitely have a lack of alertness rates. you have an impaired memory. You can't remember things you tend to forget important bills to be paid or there's a an event you need to do that can happen I I've been no onto leave my keys in the door fire when I come home. There's a when you're I mean it's crazy when you really start especially if you notice. It was apparent that things you just forget a when you sleep you like that you just like dragging on. I done. Forget where we cabinet like the plates are in. What would they do? The I I was. I was struggling struggling about two weeks ago. There was. We had some sleep issues. I wasn't feeling so good so I wasn't sleeping. Well I went to go take medicine like Sudafed and I just put the whole capsule like the blister packaged package in my mouth without popping the pill this was wrong. What did I do that? Yeah no there's some. Yeah you can definitely have some impairment in your every day quality of life and those are just some those are just some short term symptoms of lack of sleep You know in the long term it can be really bad bad for your for your heart or your blood pressure to not get enough sleep over a long period of time and it can even affect your appearance. I definitely have circles under my eyes since since the view has been born and it can also increase the stress hormone. Cortisol in your body in Cortisol is not is not a good thing to have. You know definitely contribute to weight gain it contributes to wrinkle so Yeah there's some there can be some some pretty major things happen when you don't get enough sleep so so yeah I don't don't know too much about the man who claims he only needs four hours of sleep but here's what they did. They found a gene in in this man that was his point mutation and they actually Caused caused by mutation in mice Just to see what happened And so these mice after they You know exhibit this mutation they show and This is what the study says. They showed increase mobility time and reduce sleep moreover. The animals were resistant to cognitive impairment induced. By the sleep deprivation so of course you know they have the mice running around in mazes and they have to remember where their food is and so then they then they don't let these mice sleep. I'm I'm I'm assuming they keep them up. I'm not sure. How would you keep mice from sleeping in a controlled experiment? Just poke them incessantly. I don't know how you keep a you. Keep a mouse awake. I guess you just don't give them the nasty keep them in the like the hard maze of the Many just poke them. I really like stimulate. Relate them right keep stimulating them so they don't sleep. I guess well I don't know if maybe they're not yeah. It wasn't clear to me in this article if they were purposely keeping them awake or if they were just measuring how much these mice were sleeping but either way these mice were not sleeping. The correct amount that you mess with the light dark so I mean their animals so they sleep. You know when it's light out my sleep. What his light so I guess you just turn the lights on basically? Oh it's time to get up. Well I don't know if turning turning on the lights would necessarily wake up mice from sleeping I feel like mice are gonNA sleep whenever they wanNA sleep unless you're doing something to keep them up physically it's like being a sound cat. meowing predators will get them up playing twenty four hours of baby shark. It probably stress levels. I know my blood pressure goes through the roof Yeah so yeah but anyways they put these mice through some trials After you know inducing this this mutation and they were able to perform just like the other mice that were able to get more sleep so the idea is Can we somehow activate this mutation ashamed in our own bodies in would you. I mean I absolutely would but can way I mean Nicer tiny mice don't have the same level level of brain function that we do. I mean I get that people need less sleep. But what are we doing this. Do they think this is an efficiency efficiency thing like asleep important. We know sleep is very important. Dreaming is important our our these mutations more efficient or they like hacks acts that are making your body seem better. But you're not actually doing the healing and regenerating that you need to do.

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"national sleep foundation" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"national sleep foundation" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"What's in your wallet Capital One bank USA NA. nobody ever read south African food actually we do in South Africa nobody's even heard of South Africa haven't they do the chicken quality can do the spicy chicken marinated for twenty four hours and bases order over open flames that's exactly it yes has anyone in South Africa even heard of Nando's Perry Perry sometimes we have a twice a day was there Nando's near me. try Nando's Perry Perry apparently it's a south African thing. better life with Dr Sanjay Gupta. good sleep last night on Dr Sanjay Gupta CNN's chief medical correspondent I'll tell you protect because my life can get I really never have trouble sleeping soon as my head hits the pillow I am out look there's a lot of things that can keep you up at night but what you drink before you go to bed can actually help you get a better night's rest some studies suggest drinking milk even more milk with honey that might help you to try to defend our melatonin pills after talking to your doctor of course and you probably know this but while alcohol may help you fall asleep it's not going to help you stay asleep that's because a trap too in the later stages of sleep not one of the easiest things you can do to get better disease is to stay hydrated that's because going to bed even mildly dehydrated can disrupt your sleep that's according to the national sleep foundation. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta helping you live a better life. Bernie Sanders.

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"national sleep foundation" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"national sleep foundation" Discussed on KGO 810

"You protect because my life can get I really never have trouble sleeping soon as my head hits the pillow I am out look there's a lot of things that can keep you up at night but what you drink before you go to bed can actually help you get a better night's rest some studies suggest drinking milk even more milk with honey that might help you to try to defend our melatonin pills after talking to your doctor of course and you probably know this but while alcohol may help you fall asleep it's not going to help you stay asleep that's because a trap too in the later stages of sleep not one of the easiest things you can do to get better disease is to stay hydrated that's because going to bed even mildly dehydrated can disrupt your sleep that's according to the national sleep foundation. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta how can you live a better life. you are listening to the Armstrong and get a show coming up at ten AM it's mark Thompson on KGO eight ten. the Armstrong get a show. you. so yesterday we we talked to a woman..

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Does the Military Teach a Sleep Meditation Technique?

BrainStuff

05:37 min | 1 year ago

Does the Military Teach a Sleep Meditation Technique?

"Today's episode is brought to you by IBM. SMART is open open is smart i._B._M.'s combining their industry expertise with open source leadership of Red Hat. Let's unlock the world's potential. Let's put smart to work learn more at I._B._M.. Dot Com slash slash red hat welcome to brain stuff production of iheartradio. Hey brain stuff lauren Boban here getting good sleep is important for everyone. It's essential for optimal cognitive performance physiological Michael Processes emotional regulation and quality of life but the National Sleep Foundation founded. It's two thousand eighteen annual sleep index study that just ten percent of American adults prioritize sleep over other things in their daily lives such as fitness nutrition work social life and hobbies. Lobbies and personal interests in the study just thirty five percent of those surveyed describe their sleep. Quality is good while twenty two percent said it was fair and twelve percent rated their sleep quality as poor. Most adults should get between seven and nine hours of sleep per night and the effects of sleep deprivation when you don't get enough sleep can be serious so what's one to do when they either can't fall asleep or simply. Don't get good quality of sleep when they do a pop culture legend of sorts suggests that the military might have the answer the members of the armed forces do have to sleep in dangerous and stressful environments all the time and the consequences of Parsley for soldiers on missions can be catastrophic soldiers on deployment often have unpredictable schedules that conflict with their natural circadian rhythms and they have small sleep quarters that double is personal and leisure space. That's why soldiers reportedly use a meditation technique that helps them or anyone fall into restful sleep in two minutes according to a November two thousand fifteen report from the U._S.. Army a metric called. The performance triad is used to assess and improve soldiers readiness in the areas of physical activity nutrition and sleep. The report revealed that almost one third of soldiers get less than five hours of sleep per night one out of every twenty active duty soldiers takes prescription sleep medication and sleep deprivation can increase the risk of soldiers developing post traumatic stress disorder the report includes the performance triad course offered to soldiers provides technical sleep techniques to help them get as much rest as possible while on deployment it also suggests soldiers aim to get eight hours of sleep in a twenty four hour period and avoid caffeine six hours before bedtime includes advice on how to use caffeine or energy drinks to improve performance while minimizing their impact on sleep. Although this report demonstrates the army's understanding of the importance of sleep it includes no mention of Meditation Asleep Tool. So where did this oft-cited technique come from the technique was developed in the U._S.. Navy pre flight school. It appears to have entered entered popular culture by way of Nineteen eighty-one self-help book. That's now out of print called relax and win championship performance. The author Lloyd Bud Winter was by then a well known track and field coach. The book is actually based on research that winter conducted as as a naval ensign after World War Two years before the book's publication winters technique was tested on two groups and winters navy pre flight academy to teach naval aviators how to properly relax and fall asleep faster the test group outperformed the control group in numerous. I tests and drills and after six weeks ninety six percent of the group could fall asleep practically on command so while the technique has seen a resurgence lately thanks to some mentions in the press. It's definitely not new but it is courtesy of the military. Winter described the process of this book to physically relaxed quickly in short his technique leads you through full body relaxation and then helps you clear your mind you start by slowly relaxing the muscles in your face including your tongue and lips then moved onto your shoulders arms and torso let each muscle go limp and breathe slowly as you concentrate on relaxing focus on your chest while you take deep breaths and exhale releasing your tension with your breaths once your upper body muscles feel relaxed move down to your thighs calves and feet consider them dead weight finally take three deep breaths and when you let them out blow out all of your remaining tension the process should take about a minute and a half it takes practice to relax your body on command so the trick is to I tense up each area. Area and then relax it clear your mind by concentrating on a calming mental image in theory. You should fall asleep pretty quickly based on recent military publications. It's unclear if this technique is still taught or widely used but if you haven't insomnia or just aren't getting a good night's rest. There's certainly no harm in trying it. Today's episode was written by series three and produced by Tyler claim. Breen stuff is a production of iheartradio's. How stuff works more than this and lots of other relaxing topics visit our home planet? How stuff works dot com and for more podcast from IHEART radio is iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows I'm Dana Schwartz and I'm the host of noble blood a new history podcast from iheart Radio Aaron Minke that focuses on the stories?

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"national sleep foundation" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"national sleep foundation" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Stapleton and on my show. The Jason Stapleton program. You're going to hear empowering and inspiring conversations on life business and politics only, a very small percentage of our influence comes to the words that we use the words always take a back seat to what people see we digest more visually. The Jason Stapleton program is free and easy to get apple podcast, Google podcast, or wherever you get your podcast from the Westwood One time cast network. Better life with Dr Sanjay Gupta as the father of a teenage daughter. This really got my attention. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. CNN's chief medical correspondent getting enough. Sleep getting enough exercise and not getting too much screen time are three important things for your child to do. They're important for you to. But this new study I wanna tell you about just looked at teens. Researchers at the university of Texas found only five percent of teenagers are doing all three of the things. I just mentioned adequately. What does that mean? Well teenagers need eight to ten hours of sleep a night, according to the national sleep foundation, and according to the CDC they should be getting at least one hour of moderate vigorous physical activity every day. And when it comes to screens, the American Academy of pediatrics says parents need to set reasonable limits that includes designating device free times and places at home and then sticking to it. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. Helping you live a better life. Now, MRs Johnson before we close on your mortgage loan. I wanna make sure you remember, Mike. Hi, you can trust me. I'm African American just like you. So here's the low monthly payments and interest rates we promised. And here's where they triple. The rest of this stuff is just here to make sure that we get your house when you can't pay us back. What a lovely house. Predatory lenders are never this easy to spot. Call us at eight six six two two fair and protect yourself with the facts. A public service announcement brought to you by the national fair housing alliance and the.

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"national sleep foundation" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"national sleep foundation" Discussed on KTRH

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"national sleep foundation" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"national sleep foundation" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"So be one helps to eliminate and reduce mental image pictures, like that when you're sleeping in by the way, I know there's books and books on in trying to interpret dreams and all that kind of stuff dreams of just dreams that just mental image pictures coming up. They don't have any meaning behind it. And I don't want to get a lot of emails saying, oh, I read this book and this happened and all that that's fine. But I'm just telling you the facts on that. All right. So vitamin B. One would be the thing we would want to go to if you're having vivid dreams, even even adults. If they're having a nightmares or the having vivid dreams that wake him up. We'll put them on this inositol of b one and you should take a couple of days and they reduce and then they they're gone. All right. So we're going to go back to the insomnia itself. In fact, in time in insomnia can impact about every facet of your physical and mental health. And if left untreated, insomnia is linked to increasing illness. There is a wealth of research indicating that people with insomnia have poor overall health more absentee missing work in higher incidences of depression. And again, that's all written by the national sleep foundation lack asleep. Clearly does not come out without a price lack asleep. Clearly does not come without a price. Sleep deprivation and disorders estimate to cost over one hundred billion dollars each year in lost productivity. So that's a big big problem. And I can I can say that's probably pretty true because almost everybody it's rare. If I get somebody that comes in that doesn't have a sleep problem. So that's lost productivity that sickly that's medical expenses damage to the property and the environment. And again, it's according to the national sleep foundation on that. Also, there's a stake is you're driving ability. If you're not getting sleep it's in the estimate because.

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This may be why you jerk violently when falling asleep

Curiosity Daily

01:28 min | 2 years ago

This may be why you jerk violently when falling asleep

"Sometimes right after I fallen asleep. You know, the window when you're not quite asleep. You're not quite awake either. I'll have a muscle spasm somewhere on my body. It's random the will make me jerk semi violently which wakes me up. I'm wondering what causes those spasms? And why are they always worse when you're overtired? Great question. Angela. It turns out that this is such a common phenomenon that it has an official name the hip, Nick jerk. According to the national sleep foundation as many as seventy percent of people have experienced this at some point. Unfortunately, we don't actually know exactly what causes a hip knee jerk. It's possible that as your muscles, relaxing, your brain nods off and loses track of its surroundings, the occasional nerve misfires resulting in a twitch. Another theory goes the evolutionary route. Maybe when our ancestors lived in trees drifting off to sleep signaled, the imminent danger of falling to the ground. And so that violent jerk help keep them safe. A third theory says it's a conflict between the part of your brain that's falling asleep and the part of your brain. That's still awake. You don't fall asleep all at once and sometimes wakefulness can put up a fight by overreacting and giving your muscles. A sudden jerk whatever the cause there are ways to keep hip Nick jerks at bay if they're causing you trouble stimulants like caffeine, alcohol and Adderall have been linked to a higher frequency of hip, Nick, jerks and stressing anxiety don't help either. So really the best way to fight them is also the best way to get better sleep work to reduce your stress cut down on stimulants. And maybe keep your phone out of your bedroom for good measure,

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"national sleep foundation" Discussed on Rose Buddies

Rose Buddies

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"national sleep foundation" Discussed on Rose Buddies

"And so like we were real up on the food scene. And then we six months ago. Yeah. Now, we're then took a break. And yeah, yeah. I I've talked for a long time about got this. It's just it's a it's a kind of forgotten how cool the thing this is for me until it happening in last week. And I really like it give me thing too. Yeah. What you got? And I don't know if we're going to be on the same page. On this one Hausa. I can pretend you'll know pretending. I will home makeover shows. Great. Good. It's I don't think you're gonna lump in such a broad category. Because some are very good and some are less that is true. And so I tried to kind of zero in on the like specific parts of a home makeover show that I like. And the reason I was thinking of this is that we were watching Murray condo's tidying-up show on Netflix. Sure. And for those that aren't familiar. She wrote this book that became this phenomenon called the life changing magic of tidying up the Japanese art of decluttering organizing, which like I feel like almost everybody is heard of this book. Yeah. Pretty much. I know lots of people who for about three months, it's all all about. Yes. Yes. This idea of going through your possessions in like individually, holding them and deciding whether or not they spark joy. And if you don't feel very strongly for them that you should probably downside dump it in a river. That's what she says is the go to the nearest river or sort of animal habitat and dump it, right? The hell in there. That's what she says. She cusses I cannot imagine can't imagine either. She she's she's fantastic. So it made me think kind of like what is for a while. I was real until like HGTV too. And my God. Yes. In the end. It was like what what is it exactly? I think it's just the idea of taking something that is. Unorganized? And making somebody a and then kind of neatly boiling that down into it like digestible hour of television. Right. And you see kind of the beginning and end and like all comes together. Did you watch this stuff growing up because I have two very vivid like two shows that to which I attach very vivid memories. I don't know if it really existed so HDTV was launched in nineteen ninety four. And I think at that point I was really focused on like MTV. I don't think I was watching home improvement shows. Although my parents did watch Bob Vila, which are a member. Okay. I was thinking typing in extreme home makeover that wasn't. I don't think that that wasn't as big a thing to me. Okay. That was a big thing in our in our family that and trading spaces faces assure watching that. And so there's all these like all these different research articles out there about kind of the value of having like an organized, happy home. Okay. Which I thought was kind of interesting. So there was a study from Indiana University that said your physical health is more likely to improve. If you have a cleaner home in twenty ten there was a study in the personality and social psychology bulletin that found that women that describe their spaces cluttered or full of unfinished projects were more likely to be depressed and fatigued in twenty eleven researchers at Princeton found that clutter can actually make it more difficult to focus on a particular task. Which is not surprising. A survey this one I thought was really interesting and made me rethink our whole life. A survey conducted by the national sleep foundation found that people that.

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"national sleep foundation" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"national sleep foundation" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"To get your eight hour sleep. So let's go back in history. Was it always eight hours with us? Always the recommendation said normally we get the eight hours from people who've been kind of looking at the recommendations by the national sleep foundation or the other NSF. The National Science Foundation. It has never by the way been eight hours. It's always been a range. Okay. And it's seven to nine hours, but that's actually notable because the ranges a few years ago. They re looked at all of the data the -rageous changed for every other age. Oh, except for except for adults. So the whole idea of the eight hours. Oh, okay. It's the midway of the race tonight. How confident or they about the rain. Yeah. You casually said most people meet need more than Asia. That tells me that the range is a perfect bell curve or else. Eight would be what most people need. Yes. The reason you have that range, and that you can't really say how much each individual needs us that people who are sleep specialist one a hedge their bets because it's one of these things that it's pretty likely that you don't need ten hours as an adult, then you might actually have something wrong with you. So some people are starting to study the genetics of sleep duration and look at you know. How do people deal with sleep deprivation, which is one way of looking at do you actually need more sleep or not? But are you are you as sleep deprived? As I am one. We're both forced to function on six hours of sleep or seven hours of sleep..

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"national sleep foundation" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"national sleep foundation" Discussed on WLAC

"Health Dan with your life team members growing all, around the country is exciting to see all that's happening Linda in Birmingham. Alabama says my doctor says have low zinc levels, how can I, fix that well, easy to, do Zeke is found in a. Lot of different foods nuts and. Seeds are loaded with. Zinc also a lot. Of the meats so I like a lot of the the. Game e, type meats like deer meat of, course venison and then bison is fantastic it's hormone free and free. Range the whole nine yards grass-fed beef is fantastic all of those are, great ways to get your zinc levels but again. You're more on the vegetarian side the nuts and seeds are, a great way to, do that too and and the reason is the big deal Zinc helps, to produce in developing create testosterone in the body plus it builds the. Immune system as well so having enough zinc in, is critical first, of all but, if you, don't have enough you can it. Can be diminished by core support. Diet excessive amounts of. Stress which is kind. Of a big deal so all of that plays in to. Not getting, what you need basically in your, foods zinc is such a q. mineral I can't tell you and. Guys deplete a lot easier than women do Just a little key for that triple eight eight three, seven two seven to give us. A call check us out on the web lady of a smartphone well May not be so smart, they say smartphones have become kind of must, technology? Man now live online I mean everybody does for the most part I I remember when I switched from I it was a. Flip phone to the blackberry right. And that was just, a huge switch for me and then going from? The, blackberry to like the. Iphone or Android, or whatever it was a. Huge one too and now it's like how. Did you how did we, function without it so but here's the challenge first of all there's there's, concerns about radiation so. The smartphones contain a lot more radiation and of course you know. Keep it to your. Head all the time you're causing. On your, phone, not, a, good, thing and of course we'll do. Some more updates on that as well but here's the. Deal They're saying now that of course with the millions of Americans. Using them, the texture emails an arm length. Away, so when you're dealing with that you, it's hard to see what we saw unplugging. It's? Funny the word unplugged it used to be part. Of the vocabulary now it's like you have to set aside time to unplug. And if somebody doesn't answer your. Email or text immediately, it's like whoa what's the deal or you're not? Paying, attention to me I'm. Like here and, it's so funny I came. In imagine the younger generation and how that. Whole thing is, down so, but the issue is people bring it home with them right they're laying, in bed instead of. Reading a book maybe talking with your spouse you're on your phone. Which you know again It's almost impossible not to look at emails and things, so, and it also disrupts your sleep so there's a blue, light? Given off by these devices that interferes the sleep, hormone melatonin and there's a, psychological and physiological impact, that it can have Michigan State University department of, management they said that, there's a certain organizational behavior and human process that goes along with this they did some studies with. The national sleep foundation and they found, that to to explore the smartphones and how they've raised issues with people at home bring a. Business home, cutting down on sleep and not shutting down business and what it's done, to relationships and all that but they found that through these studies the recommendation they say is an overall is not to, take the smartphone to bed with you so again what can, happen is it brings work into. That part of your life but it also because the Tennessee for the screen to beyond, for you to.

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"national sleep foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"national sleep foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"They're the month the bullied plant was wilted in the other plant had a thousand new instagram followers his name the official spokes plan for melania trump's be best initiative here is your next limerick the artworks think people are rude there undressed by our is as they're viewed but in paris we've learned the tables are turned and the people see art in the nude yes the news the palais the tokyo art museum in paris held a special tour of its collection just for nudists it must have been a busy day for the coach jack when suddenly became an everything jack barrell is very popular apparently it was also very cold attendees reported that everyone had to keep digging and jumping up and down to stay warm you can imagine that looked like not sure if it wanted to be naked around a bunch of people who are critiquing nudes excuse me sir i thought you were a picasso having worked at nudist events i have to tell you in my experience people who are anxious to get naked really shouldn't however we need to pause and say to alonzo what oh yeah yeah i've done comedy at nudist i've worked everywhere i understand that but for some reason understanding that conceptually that you've worked everywhere did not extend to my mind to nudist colony i'm not new you've got to do the dream where you imagine audience nude and it was real alright karen here is your last limerick because we're not newlyweds we need quiet when resting our heads for asleep to sink in we will try out some twins we were sleeping in separate separate fans a survey conducted by the national sleep foundation shows that twenty five percent of married couples sleep separately as well as one hundred percent of current president's fascists say that couples who choose to sleep in different rooms get a deeper sleep giving them more energy to dedicate to their spouse and family and more blanket that.

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"national sleep foundation" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"national sleep foundation" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I think i basically settled them in the kirkum thigh and let him okay the crook of my i don't wanna know let's eat no yup laurie please you're you're close to the ad here and she's just thank goodness we don't have cameras in here yet the movements were put everybody over the edge how about this please are getting sleep divorces i believe this survey of three thousand americans posted on a mattress review site who else thirty five percent of people would like a sleep divorce in their relationship and that is consistent with the national sleep foundation survey that one in four american couples sleep in separate bedrooms or beds and they some people credited for having a good healthy sex life because they're both well rested right some people are night owls some people are early burn rate and let's face mattress people are loving sales but lack of energy is a far greater sex slave or a far greater threat to a good active sex life than lack of opportunity being too tire anyway it's it's it's becoming more common for people that sleep better to sleep apart.

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"national sleep foundation" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"national sleep foundation" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Determine which patients with sleep disorder will later develop parkinson's and if we could find that that we can hopefully slow down the congressional parkinson's now the university of minnesota previously review five hundred studies between 1980 since two thousand fourteen looking at this rvd and parkinson's and again just a you know we're talking about the rim favored order i in your sleep and they found eighty wants ninety percent of patients with this develop the degenerative brain disorder during their lifetimes and they think it's because of its the breakdown of proteins in the brain cells different from sleepwalking sleep workers are confused when they wake up so doesn't necessarily mean if you sleep walk this will happen and not everybody who develops parkinson's we'll have this rvd they say nevertheless the findings could have dr spiderweight catch parkinson's early which would be nice on i'm just so mean in my sleep i really am so drill he in is supposed to be a mental activity a lot of us dream cab can i have very vivid dream sometimes then some dreams they just don't make any sense and the dreams occur in the mind and i sometimes you'll wake up exhausted you will be absolutely exhausted when you wake up depending on how much mental activity you've used for that dream but sometimes you actually acted out and your move your limbs if you have to walk in look like a walking you'll hit you'll scream you'll shout punch sometimes you the jump up out of bed and this could be an issue for you it will be a danger to your party you don't wanna hit your partner and so they move around during the rapid i move that period of sleet that's one dream it occurs and usually your muscles are kind of paralyzed by the brain stem you know your your body wants you to shut down your and shut down the road would you sleep so you're really not supposed to move and so they think what could happen as you have a malfunction your brain stem which allows them to move during rem sleeping you're not supposed to not curable main yeah you can babies asleep eight according to the national sleep foundation may be deduced plaza pam so it does make sense i i agree that has to be you know um investigated if that's the case now there's a woman who looked.

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"national sleep foundation" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"national sleep foundation" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"Welcome to the site central show why each episode presents an indepth look at issues from the field of psychology in mental health with host gay powered and co host vincent m wales however you want and welcome to this week's episode of the sykes central show podcast we're here today to discuss well the effects of sleep deprivation both arc psychology are mental health and while we just got a lot to get to to do well then you go ahead and kick a software do you wanna start i i wanna save americans in general don't get enough according to the national sleep foundation the older you are the more sleepy need for example older adults 65 and up should get about seven to eight hours asleep adults from eighteen to 64 should give out seven to nine hours sleep teenagers need about eight ten an even younger still more and unfortunately doesn't happen all the time there is another stat the really intrigue me because he said basically at seventeen hours away how yes you performers now you're a drunk yes or not a trumpet you perform as though you're untucked talk as though you are intoxicated so you know many of us stay awake at i i includes myself in this category because we want to be efficient we want to get more done but i think maybe hour 18 of i'm performing like i'm intoxicated i'm i'm really just creating more work for what i finally get sleep and realized how crummy the previous were was exactly exactly.

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"national sleep foundation" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"national sleep foundation" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"And never ever ever ever be guilty of taking a calcium separate with out accompanying magnesium and come users i'm talking to you uh when we chew tom which is the calcium carbonate the neutralizes stomach acid and a lot of people manage their heartburn this way are taking a calcium that is not combined with magnesium and back the problem because that leads to muscle cramps leg cramp adams spasm calcification in the blood vessels all kinds of problems because that calcium isn't being directed which is the job of vitamin d and magnesium so here comes person make sure your separately taking magnesium supplements and then you shoot tons a couple times a day i would boost my magnesium up to a thousand milligrams a day that's not too much and you wanna have a balance the balancing influence on all of that at calcium so let's just a word the wise there uh one of the things that magnesium reason that i say magnesium at bedtime is magnesium relaxes muscle than it helps us to settle down and get a great night's sleep well another thing that we do use for getting a good night's sleep is melatonin and melconian is a tool in my arsenal because i do a lot of multiple times own travel uh in the in the nature of the work that i do and you know nothing nothing or meth you up like that when you're um when you're when you're trying to go sleep than the middle of the day day in your native timezone or when you're trying to uh go to sleep early because you need to get up early and you just all out of whack one melatonin can help you re set your daily your circadian rhythm but even when your home if you've got an issue with fleet melatonin is something that helped with that getting a great night sleep is a satisfying energizing vital part of a healthy life unfortunately according to the national sleep foundation.

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