5 Reasons Why Sleep Hacks Don’t Always Work

Close-up of alarm clock on night table

It seems that sleep is the new black. Almost every day, I see more and more books, articles, and media coverage touting the health benefits of sleep. You know that sleep is now a mainstream topic when Ariana Huffington publishes a book about sleep: “The Sleep Revolution: Transforming Your Life, One Night at a Time.”    Shortcuts […]

An Out-Of-The Box Explanation For Chronic Stress

Here’s a very good story about one of my past guest interviewees, Dr. Avram Gold. Sleep Review Magazine published an interesting article that reviews Dr. Gold’s controversial work on functional somatic syndromes (depression, anxiety, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, insomnia, Raynaud’s syndrome, RLS, hypothyroidism, IBS, etc.) and upper airway resistance syndrome.  It’s a fascinating discussion about how […]

Podcast #5: Interview With Dr. Stasha Gominak on How Low Vitamin D Can Ruin Your Sleep (Part 3)

This is part 3 and the final segment of my conversation with Dr. Stasha Gominck, a neurologist with some very insightful information about vitamin d and how it’s vitally related not only to sleep, but to every aspect of your health. As mentioned previously, Vitamin D is actually a hormone that’s needed by every area […]

The Missing Link in Insomnia and Sleep Disordered Breathing: Interview With Dr. Krakow

Insomnia is treated by sleep specialists as a completely different condition from obstructive sleep apnea. Similar to how sleep problem is now considered a “co-morbid” condition to depression and various other medical conditions, insomnia is now beginning to be considered a “co-morbid” condition alongside obstructive sleep apnea.  I’ve interviewed Dr. Barry Krakow in the past on upper airway resistance […]