Dr. Christopher Earley, professor of Neurology at Johns Hopkins University, shares his Sleep Science research with hosts Bill Curtis and Dr. Steven Taback, discussing popular sleep issues (or lack thereof) including Restless Legs Syndrome, Sleep Apnea, Sleep Hygiene, and overall factors that affect the quality of your sleep.
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1:50 What are the phases of sleep?
2:43 Does sleep quality decrease the older we get?
3:07 How can we hurt or help the quality of sleep we get?
5:43 How can we adjust our natural sleep timing?
6:45 What does melatonin do?
7:51 Should most people be using sleep-aids?
8:27 What is sleep hygiene?
10:03 What are the longterm health ramifications to fragmented sleep?
11:06 Can you get better quality sleep with sleeping pills?
12:30 Can the quality of sleep be psychologically effected?
13:10 What is the difference between snoring and sleep apnea?
15:05 What are the ramifications of snoring?
16:05 How destructive is sleep apnea?
17:17 Does the position you are sleeping in have an affect on your sleep quality?
19:20 What is narcolepsy?
21:05 What is Restless Leg Syndrome?
22:10 Who gets RLS and what can they do about it?
24:25 How does alcohol affect our sleep and RLS?
26:11 What are RLS treatments?
29:50 What are foot/leg cramps and how can we avoid them?
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