Sleep Centers of Middle Tennessee

Sleep Doctor Radio Show Broadcast for September 23rd, 2012

Posted on 21 Sep 2012 - 11:59 AM by Dr. Brian Wind

This week, we have several great sleep related topics to discuss. The first involves sleep and learning. From there we move to women and sleep. We will have a trivia question this week.  And as always your emails and calls! Tune in Sunday at 9am on Supertalk 99.7 WTN

This week, we have several great sleep related topics to discuss. The first involves sleep and learning. From there we move to women and sleep. We will have a trivia question this week.  And as always your emails and calls! Tune in Sunday at 9am on Supertalk 99.7 WTN

Sleep in the News
This weeks topics include sleep and learning. Ever wished you could go to bed and wake up smarter than when you went to sleep? How about learning a foreign language in your sleep? Some new research lets us know what we can and can’t learn in our sleep.

We will also talk about women and sleep. In particular, what things make it unique? Are women more prone to certain sleep disorders? Insomnia and Restless Legs Syndrome will be brought up and what can be done to help with both.

Links

Sleep And Learning

Sleep And Learning

Women And Sleep

Solve Your Sleep Crisis Tonight

Women and Sleep

Trivia Question
This week we will have a trivia question. If you would like to submit your answer, simply like our Facebook page and post your answer. The first person to answer correctly wins a Sleep Doctors gift pack, which has a $15 Starbucks gift included.

Dear Sleep Doctors

Another great question for this weeks segment. Tim writes:


Dear Sleep Doctors,

I have been on a CPAP machine for about a month for severe sleep Apnea. How
soon does a normal patient feel more of a rested feeling? The machine has
taken away the snoring and Apnea but I am still feeling sluggish. Could it
be that the machine is doing it’s job but no change in my eating or exercise
pattern is still draggin me down. Thanks.

Tune in to hear the Sleep Doctors give their response to Tim.


Thanks for listening. If you have a question, call 1866SLEEP20 or submit a question. Pleasant Dreams!