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    Explore "Sleep Apnea" with insightful episodes like "#424 How Separate Beds Can Boost Your Relationship, The Truth About Sleep Supplements & Naps, Reducing Night Time Peeing & The New Science Of The Body Clock with Professor Russell Foster", "Episode 41: Sleep Apnea", "Exclusive Dr. Hyman+ Ask A Doctor: Sleep Apnea, Covid-19 Vaccine, And More", "THH048—You Miss 100% of the Naps You Do Not Take" and "THH047—Subaila Zia: True Grit and Resilience to a Sleep Champion" from podcasts like ""Feel Better, Live More with Dr Rangan Chatterjee", "Elite Dental Podcast", "The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.", "The Healthy Healer" and "The Healthy Healer"" and more!

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    #424 How Separate Beds Can Boost Your Relationship, The Truth About Sleep Supplements & Naps, Reducing Night Time Peeing & The New Science Of The Body Clock with Professor Russell Foster

    #424 How Separate Beds Can Boost Your Relationship, The Truth About Sleep Supplements & Naps, Reducing Night Time Peeing & The New Science Of The Body Clock with Professor Russell Foster

    Prepare to learn everything you wanted to know about sleep (but were too tired to ask). For today’s episode I’m welcoming back Professor Russell Foster, one of the world’s foremost experts on circadian rhythms and sleep. Russell is Professor of Circadian Neuroscience at the University of Oxford and author of the fantastic Life Time: The New Science Of The Body Clock And How It Can Revolutionise Your Sleep and Health.

     

    The last time I spoke with Russell (on episode 292), we took a deep dive into circadian rhythms, chronotypes, and how best to live in sync with our body clocks. This conversation picks up where we left off and takes in some of the very latest evidence on using circadian science to optimise sleep.

     

    Among many topics, we cover whether you should share a bed with your partner, whether sleep trackers are useful or not, and why routine is key. We discuss the vital importance of daytime light, minimising evening light, helping kids avoid screen time, and how our body temperature cycle affects sleep.

     

    Russell shares the latest research on sleeping pills, magnesium and melatonin and the best ways to use them. We also cover the issue of waking to pee in the night, the importance of rest and relaxation, naps, sound frequency therapy, and weighted blankets.

     

    It’s easy to think that good sleep is something you ‘get’ or miss out on. But Russell wants all of us to know that sleep is dynamic, flexible, and within our control.

     

    This really is a wonderful conversation, jam-packed with practical insights that you can use immediately to improve how you sleep, wake and live.


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    Episode 41: Sleep Apnea

    Episode 41: Sleep Apnea

    In this episode, Tommy and Kari talk through implementing Sleep Apnea in your practice. We discuss the signs and symptoms that as dentists and hygienists we often see first! We also discuss some of the processes and systems we implemented to help our community in Mason, Ohio with sleep apnea. 

    The Elite Dental Practice values any and all feedback. We are grateful you are here and we look forward to networking with all of you ~ Get in contact with us at  theelitedentalpodcast@gmail.com

    Exclusive Dr. Hyman+ Ask A Doctor: Sleep Apnea, Covid-19 Vaccine, And More

    Exclusive Dr. Hyman+ Ask A Doctor: Sleep Apnea, Covid-19 Vaccine, And More

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    THH048—You Miss 100% of the Naps You Do Not Take

    THH048—You Miss 100% of the Naps You Do Not Take

    Welcome to "The Healthy Healer" podcast. I'm your host, Dr. Fred Moss. Through sustained conversations, we delve deep into the journeys of healers who've found their purpose after personal transformation. Many enter the healing profession with aspirations only to grapple with reality—endless training, unexpected responsibilities, and even disillusionment. But there are those who rise above, harnessing personal healing and rediscovering their passion. Our podcast features these inspiring souls who've returned to the healing profession, stronger and more aligned than ever. Join us for riveting conversations that shed light on the true essence of healing and the incredible individuals who've redefined their paths.

     

    Here are some key takeaways from this follow-up episode:

    - Sleep quality is more important than quantity. Just counting hours slept does not indicate how restorative the sleep was. 

    - Good sleep requires honoring your natural sleep and wake cycles. Go to sleep when tired and be awake when awake. Don't force or resist either state.

    - Sleep hygiene is critical - the activities and environment before bedtime. Dim lights, avoid electronics, relaxing rituals. As important as morning routines. 

    - Naps can be restorative if taken when naturally tired. Don't oversleep and disrupt sleep-wake cycle. Let yourself wake up naturally.

    - What and when you eat and drink affects sleep. Caffeine, alcohol, and late night meals can impair sleep onset and continuity. 

    - Take time to consciously transition from waking to sleeping state. Mimic morning routines with baths, reading, meditation. Don't just jump into bed.

     

    Overall, be as intentional about sleep habits as daily morning rituals. Quality sleep requires both quantity and excellent sleep hygiene practices. Make sleep a priority.

    THH047—Subaila Zia: True Grit and Resilience to a Sleep Champion

    THH047—Subaila Zia: True Grit and Resilience to a Sleep Champion

    Welcome to "The Healthy Healer" podcast. I'm your host, Dr. Fred Moss. Through sustained conversations, we delve deep into the journeys of healers who've found their purpose after personal transformation. Many enter the healing profession with aspirations only to grapple with reality—endless training, unexpected responsibilities, and even disillusionment. But there are those who rise above, harnessing personal healing and rediscovering their passion. Our podcast features these inspiring souls who've returned to the healing profession, stronger and more aligned than ever. Join us for riveting conversations that shed light on the true essence of healing and the incredible individuals who've redefined their paths.

     

    Here are some key takeaways from the interview:

    - Dr. Zia has shown grit and resilience throughout her life and career. As a child in Pakistan, she was inspired to become a doctor and pursued that dream despite challenges. 

    - She moved to the U.S. for medical training and worked in underserved areas like the Bronx. She kept pursuing new opportunities like critical care and sleep medicine fellowships, even when it meant sacrifices.

    - Dr. Zia is now a sleep medicine specialist in California. She started her own telemedicine company to help bridge the gap in care, given the shortage of sleep doctors. Her company uses virtual visits and home sleep tests to diagnose and treat sleep apnea much faster.

    - She discusses the prevalence and impacts of untreated sleep disorders, like sleep apnea. This includes effects on memory, mood, heart health, and even cancer risk. She advises people with symptoms like snoring, daytime fatigue, or waking frequently at night to get evaluated.

    - Treatments now go beyond just CPAP machines and also include oral devices, surgery, pacemakers, and more. Dr. Zia aims to increase awareness and access to sleep medicine through her telehealth company.

    Overall, the podcast covers Dr. Zia's inspirational journey to becoming a sleep medicine leader through hard work, perseverance, and commitment to serving others. She offers insight into sleep health and the field of sleep medicine.

     

    Links:

    Dr. Zia Website: https://www.telemedora.com/

    Dr. Zia FB: https://www.facebook.com/subaila.zia

     

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    Show Notes:

    • Resilience and purpose in healthcare career. 0:07

    • Sleep disorders and telemedicine solutions. 4:25

    • Resilience, family, and medical career. 11:53

    • Medical career paths and personal experiences. 15:59

    • Sleep apnea diagnosis and treatment options. 23:00

     

    3 Ways To Launch Your Dental Sleep Apnea Marketing Properly

    3 Ways To Launch Your Dental Sleep Apnea Marketing Properly

    On this episode of BUZZ, we detail three strategic approaches to setting your Dental Sleep Apnea Marketing campaign in motion.  More and more Dental Practices are implementing Sleep Apnea Treatment solutions and incorporating these three Marketing tips into your campaign will significantly differentiate your Sleep Apnea Treatment offerings.

    To learn more about implementing treatment for Obstructive Sleep Apnea at your Dental Practice, please visit DSM Solutions at:

    https://www.dentalsleepapneatraining.com/

     

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    Land Line Now, Nov. 20, 2023

    Land Line Now, Nov. 20, 2023

    Congress narrowly averted a government shutdown in a recent vote, but a longer-term problem remains. We’ll discuss what’s happening with government funding and how it could affect some important trucking issues. Also, the holiday season is upon us, and for some it can be a difficult time. We recently spoke with a licensed therapist about ways to handle the holidays for both drivers and their families. And alternatives do exist for both testing and treatment of sleep apnea. Dr. Kent Smith, an expert in the use of dental appliances to treat the condition, joins the program to explain what’s available.

    0:00 – Newscast 

    10:07 – Coping during the holiday season

    24:50 – Alternatives for testing for, treating sleep apnea

    39:29 – Trucking issues tied up in government funding battle

    How To Treat High Blood Pressure And What Causes It?

    How To Treat High Blood Pressure And What Causes It?

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    Blood pressure is one of the key markers of metabolic health, yet high blood pressure is very common—and the numbers are growing. Moreover, 93 percent of Americans are metabolically unhealthy. In fact, high blood pressure is often called a silent killer as it can lead to conditions such as heart disease, kidney failure, and stroke, and many people don’t even know they have it.


    In today’s episode, I talk with Dr. George Papanicolaou and Dr. Cindy Geyer about the seriousness of high blood pressure, the misconceptions around salt intake and blood pressure, what foods and supplements support healthy blood pressure, and overall metabolic health.


    Dr. George Papanicolaou is a graduate of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and is board certified in family medicine from Abington Memorial Hospital. He is also an Institute for Functional Medicine practitioner. Upon graduation from his residency, he joined the Indian Health Service. He worked on the Navajo reservation for four years at the Chinle Comprehensive Medical Facility, where he served as the Outpatient Department Coordinator. In 2000, he founded Cornerstone Family Practice in Rowley, MA. He began training in Functional Medicine through the Institute for Functional Medicine. In 2015, he established Cornerstone Personal Health, a practice dedicated entirely to Functional Medicine. Dr. Papanicolaou joined The UltraWellness Center in 2017.


    Dr. Cindy Geyer received her bachelor of science and her doctor of medicine degrees, with honors, from the Ohio State University. She completed her residency in internal medicine at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, NY, and is triple board certified in internal medicine, integrative medicine, and lifestyle medicine. She joined The Ultrawellness Center in 2021 after practicing and serving as the medical director at Canyon Ranch for 23 years.


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    299: CPAP Machines And Paradoxical Commandments

    299: CPAP Machines And Paradoxical Commandments

    Is Tom’s Resmed CPAP Machine killing him? To deal with his sleep apnea, Tom Kelly has gotten a CPAP machine complete with a full face mask. How is Tom dealing with things like drooling quite a bit when he sleeps? Is his sleep pattern improving? Plus: Are towns with lots of small dogs better than towns with big dogs? Also: Tom has learned about the Paradoxical Commandments. They are paradoxical but worth learning from.

    Sleep Apnea and Medcan's New At-Home Sleep Study

    Sleep Apnea and Medcan's New At-Home Sleep Study

    5.4 million Canadians are at high risk of experiencing or have been diagnosed with sleep apnea—and not all of them snore. Sleep apnea is the most common breathing-related sleep disorder, and spending the night in a hospital or clinic is an uncomfortable and inconvenient way to be diagnosed and get treatment. 

    Here, Dr. Chris Chan, clinical director of Medcan’s new Sleep Program, explains who is at highest risk for sleep apnea, and he introduces a simple and evidence-based device that could help you discover your diagnosis while sleeping in your own bed.

    Check out the episode webpage for links and more info.

    Are You Getting Enough Sleep?

    Are You Getting Enough Sleep?

    Sleeping well is crucial for wellness. But for those of us who work at demanding jobs, it can be all too easy to sacrifice sleep. In fact, thanks also to streaming services and social media, society is as sleep deprived as we’ve ever been. 

    So in this episode, Medcan chief medical officer Dr. Peter Nord talks with sleep deprivation expert Dr. Ann E. Rogers of Georgia’s Emory University. The two discuss the reasons we’re not getting the slumber we need—and share tips and tricks to maintain performance even during those periods where you’re not getting enough shut-eye. 

    Check out the episode webpage for links and more info.

    52. Orthodontics Can Improve More Than Just Your Smile with Dr. Andrew Glassick

    52. Orthodontics Can Improve More Than Just Your Smile with Dr. Andrew Glassick

    In today’s episode, Allison has a fascinating discussion with Dr. Andrew Glassick, an orthodontist in Charlottesville, Virginia. Dr. Glassick developed a real passion for understanding how orthodontics can improve children’s health and sleep after an experience with his daughter prompted him to learn more about how the structure of the face and mouth can play a major role in our sleep and overall health. They discuss many topics that are of interest to parents: when a tongue tie release would be appropriate, the role of myofunctional therapy before and after those procedures, what impact pacifiers and thumb-sucking have our on child’s facial structure, how orthodontic intervention can help children who deal with sleep apnea, bedwetting and even ADHD, and much more. Dr. Glassick shares the ideal time to have your child seen by an orthodontist, what those visits will look like, and how parents can best advocate for their children in this area. We guarantee you are going to learn something new from this episode. 

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    Notes on Melatonin

    Notes on Melatonin

    The circadian rhythm of our bodies is managed by melatonin, a hormone that is anticancer, and regulates fatigue and restorative sleep cycles.  It is often related to the cycles of the sun: its rising and setting.  With age, there is a lowering of the levels of melatonin, which with poorer sleep, various problems often result: obesity, high blood pressure, depression, even bipolar, anxiety, adult onset diabetes (type II), even CVA (stroke), early dementia and death.  Sleep apnea can result even if one can get to sleep.  As one can figure, there are many functions of the body both physiological and emotional that need the balance of ‘normal’ levels of melatonin that in youth we all had.

    Source: Life Extension, Volume 28, Num. 7, pages 42-46

    "The Sleep Apnea Epidemic, Using Personality Profiles and Defining the Win" with Dr. Jamison Spencer

    "The Sleep Apnea Epidemic, Using Personality Profiles and Defining the Win" with Dr. Jamison Spencer

    Jamison Spencer is one of the world's foremost experts on sleep apnea and teaches dentists the world over how to identify warning signs and get this disorder treated. But even while being an expert, he missed a diagnoses in his own son. Shedding light on how we sometimes we miss important things in our own homes. Jamison teaches doctors from all over the world in Spencer Study Club as they focus on productivity, mindset, personality profiles, and defining the win in our own lives. Jamison is an endurance athlete, qualified to run the Boston Marathon and is the father to 6 children (four of which work in his business) and devoted husband to Jennie now going on 31 years.

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    Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Oral Appliance Therapy, and TMD with Dr. Krissy Connor and Mike Karegeannes

    Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Oral Appliance Therapy, and TMD with Dr. Krissy Connor and Mike Karegeannes

    Dr. Krissy Connor explains what she does in her practice to improve the lives of those with obstructive sleep apnea with oral appliance therapy. Mike and Dr. Connor express how critical a thorough evaluation of sleep apnea and the head and neck can be in providing treatment and making changes in patients' lives that both matter and work through the patient's life.

    Implementing Sleep Apnea in Your Dental Practice with Dr. Erin Elliott

    Implementing Sleep Apnea in Your Dental Practice with Dr. Erin Elliott

    In this episode of Behind The Smiles, we interviewed Dr. Erin Elliott, the Queen of Good Air! Dr. Elliott is a practicing dentist in Post Falls, Idaho. She has a passion for treating patients with Sleep Apnea and is well known for her lectures and courses on the subject.

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    Sleep Disorders

    Sleep Disorders
    Do we really need to sleep? Dr. Thomas Neylan looks at intrinsic sleep disorders such as sleep apnea and insomnia and what to do if they affect you. Dr. Elissaios Karageorgio looks at how aging affects sleep and Dr. Rochelle Zak looks at the neurophysiology of sleep. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 30139]