Health & Harmony Beyond the Teeth

Health & Harmony Beyond the Teeth

Welcome to Healthy & Harmony Beyond the Teeth, where we dive into all subjects that will help you become healthier and happier. As a dentist I believe dentistry is more than just teeth, so I created this show to focus on overall health. We will hear from leading experts about eating better, exercising better, breathing better, and sleeping better. We want to help you create harmony in your life so you can live your life to the fullest.

Episodes

January 22, 2023 33 min
Dr. Leonard Sax, MD, PhD is an expert in issues of child and adolescent development. He is the author of Why Gender Matters, Boys Adrift, Girls on the Edge, and New York Times bestseller, The Collapse of Parenting.

In this episode of Health & Harmony Dr. Sax discusses why American kids are 14x more likely to be on ADD medication, one simple question you can ask to determine if your child has been misdiagnosed with ADD / ADHD, w...
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Dr. Stewart gives a detailed breakdown on how sleep-related breathing disorders develop in and negatively affect children. What are the signs of an SRBD? What can be done to prevent/treat an SRBD? Find out these answers and more on this episode of Health & Harmony Beyond the Teeth!
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December 5, 2022 18 min
Dr. Stewart welcomes back Kay Simms, personal trainer with Jesse James Outlaw Fitcamp, to finish their three part series on mobility. How can you build up your flexibility? What exercises can help with flexibility in key problem areas? Find out these answers and more on this episode of Health & Harmony Beyond the Teeth!
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November 21, 2022 16 min
Dr. Stewart welcomes back Kay Simms, personal trainer with Jesse James Outlaw Fitcamp, to continue a three part series on mobility. What are the problem areas for mobility? What can cause limited joint mobility as we age? Find out these answers and more on this episode of Health & Harmony Beyond the Teeth!
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November 14, 2022 16 min
Dr. Stewart welcomes Kay Simms, personal trainer with Jesse James Outlaw Fitcamp, onto the show to begin a three part series on mobility. What are the basics of mobility? Why is mobility important? How can mobility affect your day-to-day life? Find out these answers and more on this episode of Health & Harmony Beyond the Teeth!
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Dr. Stewart welcomes to the show Kay Simms, personal trainer with Jesse James Outlaw Fitcamp, to discuss what you can do to help deal with stress and maintain a healthy lifestyle over the difficult holiday season. They go over different techniques to help keep you on track even if you're surrounded by Christmas cookies and eggnog!
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In the last of a five-part series, Dr. Stewart is joined by Dr. Ben Miraglia of Airway Health Solutions.

In this episode, Dr. Miraglia continues his discussion on the co-morbidities that develop from mouth breathing. He talks about ADD and ADHD, Dr. Carol Bonnec's into their connection, the behavioral issues that can result, and how the brain can struggle due to sleep fragmentation.

To learn more about Dr. Miraglia and his work, ...
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In the fourth of a five-part series, Dr. Stewart is joined by Dr. Ben Miraglia of Airway Health Solutions.

In this episode, Dr. Miraglia continues his discussion on the co-morbidities that develop from mouth breathing. He talks about asthma, how the disuse of lungs leads to the build up of liquid over time, and how inhalers only treat the symptoms of asthma rather than curing the condition.

To learn more about Dr. Miraglia and his wo...
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In the third of a five-part series, Dr. Stewart is joined by Dr. Ben Miraglia of Airway Health Solutions.

In this episode, Dr. Miraglia begins to discuss the co-morbidities that develop from mouth breathing, specifically nocturnal enuresis, night sweats, and the cycle of rest and digestion being thrown off.

To learn more about Dr. Miraglia and his work, visit www.airwayhealthsolutions.com
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In the second of a five-part series, Dr. Stewart is joined by Dr. Ben Miraglia of Airway Health Solutions.

In this episode, Dr. Miraglia discusses how underdeveloped jaws in youth contribute to poorly developed airways. In turn, these poorly developed airways are a leading cause of sleep-related breathing disorders and a myriad of other health conditions.

To learn more about Dr. Miraglia and his work, visit www.airwayhealthsolutions....
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In the first of a five-part series, Dr. Stewart is joined by Dr. Ben Miraglia of Airway Health Solutions.

In this episode, Dr. Miraglia discusses the historical origins of under-developed jaws and how that phenomenon has continued into the modern day. This is at least in part due to our culture moving away from a "hard diet". Dr. Miraglia also covers how 64 - 70% of all jaw growth happens before the age of 6, so early interv...
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August 1, 2022 39 min
In the first of a two-part series, Dr. Stewart speaks on the silent pandemic, sleep disordered breathing.

Dr. Stewart goes over the signs to watch out for in your children that may indicate they aren't breathing correctly when they sleep. If not addressed early, this sleep disordered breathing can affect the growth of their jaw, airway, and more.

He also breaks down how the jaw develops in early life, what an underdeveloped jaw l...
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While sleep disorders can cause a myriad of health problems, in extreme cases they can be deadly.

Dr. Stewart is joined by Bri Reiser, who lost her mother to a long battle with sleep apnea after years of treatment and fighting. Bri explores what this struggle looks like from the inside and how it affected her and her family.

But there is a bright side! Bri now works with Vivos, where she educates physicians on ways they can help prev...
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A good night’s sleep could be the most valuable gift you can give yourself.

It could even save your life.

In this special addition to our previous series, Dr. Lamberg is back to give real-life examples of how sleep apnea can negatively affect your health in a myriad of different ways! Watch as Dr. Lamberg proves his case that you need to treat the cause, treat the airway.

For more information visit: www.drlamberg.com
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A good night’s sleep could be the most valuable gift you can give yourself.

It could even save your life.

Today’s culture says we all must exercise and eat the right foods to be healthy. Medical science is showing that the quality of our sleep might be more important than diet or exercise, yet not enough people are paying attention to how they sleep.

Over 170 medical conditions, which include the top 10 leading causes of death, can be...
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A good night’s sleep could be the most valuable gift you can give yourself.

It could even save your life.

Today’s culture says we all must exercise and eat the right foods to be healthy. Medical science is showing that the quality of our sleep might be more important than diet or exercise, yet not enough people are paying attention to how they sleep.

Over 170 medical conditions, which include the top 10 leading causes of death, can be...
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A good night’s sleep could be the most valuable gift you can give yourself.

It could even save your life.

Today’s culture says we all must exercise and eat the right foods to be healthy. Medical science is showing that the quality of our sleep might be more important than diet or exercise, yet not enough people are paying attention to how they sleep.

Over 170 medical conditions, which include the top 10 leading causes of death, can be...
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A good night’s sleep could be the most valuable gift you can give yourself.

It could even save your life.

Today’s culture says we all must exercise and eat the right foods to be healthy. Medical science is showing that the quality of our sleep might be more important than diet or exercise, yet not enough people are paying attention to how they sleep.

Over 170 medical conditions, which include the top 10 leading causes of death, can b...
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A good night’s sleep could be the most valuable gift you can give yourself.

It could even save your life.

Today’s culture says we all must exercise and eat the right foods to be healthy. Medical science is showing that the quality of our sleep might be more important than diet or exercise, yet not enough people are paying attention to how they sleep.

Over 170 medical conditions, which include the top 10 leading causes of death, can b...
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Dr. Erin has a passion for Dental Sleep Medicine, Short Term Orthodontics and integrating CAD/CAM and cone-beam imaging into a general dentistry practice. She regularly lectures on these topics and would love to help you extend these services to your clients!

Dr. Erin is an active member of her local American Dental Association, the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine and was the president a...
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