Expert Interview: Dr. Barry Krakow on Complex Insomnia, UARS, & PTSD

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For this Expert Interview, I’m honored to have Dr. Barry Krakow as my guest. Dr. Krakow is a world-renown sleep researcher, and author of numerous books, including Sound Sleep, Sound Mind, and Insomnia Cures. We’re going to have a fascinating discussion about:

– complex insomnia (insomnia and sleep apnea)

– upper airway resistance syndrome

– post-traumatic stress disorder

– and much, much more…

If you or your loved one has either insomnia, obstructive sleep apnea or upper airway resistance syndrome, you don’t want to miss this.

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4 thoughts on “Expert Interview: Dr. Barry Krakow on Complex Insomnia, UARS, & PTSD

  1. I’ve had terrible insomnia for years starting at around at age 14 when I had orthodontic work where I had several teeth pulled. My teeth were then pushed back making mouth smaller. My dad has sleep apnea and I have a high arching palate and narrow jaws so I knew this made my sleep breathing problems worse. In high school I had difficulty falling asleep, I always had a racing mind and anxiety at night. Later my sleeping patterns changed, I would wake up in the middle of the night, wide awake and unable to fall back asleep. Sometimes I would wake up an hour before I should have. I tried many sleeping medications which all wore off eventually. I suffered my depression and anxiety. Fortunately I was finally diagnosed with sleep apnea and have been using a bilevel machine and no longer have insomnia.

  2. This interview is no longer on your site. The link does not work anymore to get the download of the interview. I would like to hear it if at all possible. Thanks in advance