Sleep Centers of Middle Tennessee

Radio Show for January 6th, 2013

Posted on 6 Jan 2013 - 1:44 AM by Dr. Brian Wind

On the next Sleep Doctors, we will discuss how you may incorporate sleep into your new year’s resolution. We’ll also touch on the impact of substances on your sleep. Tune in to the Sleep Doctors to hear important information about these and other sleep related topics!

On the next Sleep Doctors, we will discuss how you may incorporate sleep into your new year’s resolution. We’ll also touch on the impact of substances on your sleep. Tune in to the Sleep Doctors to hear important information about these and other sleep related topics!

Sleep in the News

Ever think having a drink before bed helps you to sleep? Find out more here:
Alcohol at Bedtime May Not Help Your Sleep

The Effects of Alcohol On Sleep

Another substance that affects your sleep is caffeine. You may surprised how many different products where caffeine is found.

Caffeine and Sleep

There is a war on substances that hurt your sleep.

/Substance-Induced Sleep Disorder

NEW YEARS - SLEEP DOCTORS 3 PRONGED APPROACH TO IMPROVING YOUR HEALTH:

1) Diet
2) Exercise
3) Sleep

Have you made a New Years Resolution? Did it involve getting more sleep? Here are some things you can do to improve your sleep.

New Year’s Resolutions: 8 Ideas For Better Sleep In 2013

 

SLEEP DOCTORS TRIVIA QUESTION

How many billionaires are there in the world?

Be the first person to answer correctly on Facebook and you in the prize pack, good luck! We will reveal the correct answer next week.

 

SLEEP DOCTORS SLUMBER FACTS:

One of the best predictors of insomnia later in life is the development of bad habits from having sleep disturbed by young children (from the NSF).


DEAR SLEEP DOCTORS:

“William” in Nashville, TN writes:

Dear Sleep Doctors,
I listen to your show every Sunday without fail. You have an excellent show and are very informative. I have a problem that needs to be addressed. I am taking steroids and I cannot sleep a wink! My question is, what would be the safest amount of Melatonin to take on a short time basis (10 days) to help me get to sleep? Or can you suggest anything else?

Tune in to hear the advice we give William.


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