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The vast field of sleep medicine is always evolving. Listen to Talking Sleep, a podcast of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM), to keep up on the latest developments in clinical sleep medicine and sleep disorders. Our host, Dr. Seema Khosla, medical director of the North Dakota Center for Sleep in Fargo, will take an in-depth look at issues impacting the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders. Episodes will feature conversations with clinicians, researchers, sleep team members ...
 
Are you worried about your sleep and health? Are you bothered by lack of sleep or fatigue? Are you suffering from insomnia, sleep apnea, or other sleep disorders? Do you feel your sleep difficulties are getting in the way of being successful, happy, and motivated? Deep into Sleep podcast is here to assist you find the answers. Dr. Yishan Xu, a licensed clinical psychologist and a sleep specialist trained in Stanford Sleep Center, explores inspiring conversations with guests from various fiel ...
 
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For this week’s episode, I am so honored to have on the show Joe Sanok. He is hosting his own podcast called “The Practice of the Practice” and had the opportunity to interview Pat Flynn, John Lee Dumas, and Lewis Howes. Join us as we discuss why it is better to have 3-day weekends and how it can help not just entrepreneurs but also other people to…
 
A clinical sleep health educator can help bridge the gaps between patients and providers, leading to improved diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders and better coordination among the health care team. In today’s episode, we’ll learn about the Certification in Clinical Sleep Health credential with Andrea Ramberg, RPSGT, CCSH, president-elect of …
 
For this week’s episode, I will be joined by Ashley Michelle a trauma survivor and now an advocate of helping other people dealing with trauma. In this episode, Ashley shares her personal experience on how she survived a life and death situation that eventually lead to her lifelong battle with trauma. She also shares how she managed to cope up with…
 
The AASM’s inaugural Change Agents competition brought together teams from all areas of sleep medicine to think about innovative and creative ways to reimagine the diagnosis and treatment of obstructive sleep apnea. In today’s episode, we talk to the leader of the winning team, Dr. Amy Bender, about the proposal, “Let’s Put the Sleep Back into Slee…
 
To guide us through this week’s topic on children's sleep issues I am so honored to have again on the show Dr. Chris Winter. He is an internationally recognized sleep medicine specialist and a neurologist. In this interview, we talked about how sleep can greatly affect a child's mental and physical health. Dr. Winter also shared how parents can kno…
 
With increased use of telemedicine, how reliable are video evaluations for obstructive sleep apnea? Today’s guest, Dr. Michael Yurcheshen, recently published a study in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine comparing telemedicine to in-person assessments for sleep-disordered breathing. He discusses his findings, shares tips on how to conduct the b…
 
For this week's episode, I interviewed Dr. Carol Duclair. She is a licensed sleep physician in New Jersey. In this interview, she will share with us how sleep apnea differs between men and women. Dr. Carol will also make us understand how the said sleep disorder can have a great impact on a woman’s health. Tune in and let us help you have a better …
 
In this episode, we review the recently released AASM clinical practice guideline for treatment of central disorders of hypersomnolence. We talk with Dr. Kiran Maski, chair of the AASM task force that developed the guideline, about the data-driven treatment recommendations as well as future research directions, the challenges of diagnosing hypersom…
 
For this week's episode, I am so honored to have again on the show Dr. Lynelle Schneeberg a pediatric sleep psychologist, and an assistant professor at the Yale School of Medicine. She will share new ways on how to prepare your kids’ body clocks for the coming school year. Dr. Schneeberg will also tell us how important sleep is not just for kids bu…
 
Sleep medicine is a diverse profession, and the AASM strives to be representative and inclusive of all backgrounds and perspectives. In this episode, we talk with Dr. Andrew Spector, chair of the AASM’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee, about the Academy’s efforts to identify and eliminate barriers to inclusion, support initiatives for bet…
 
For this week's episode, I will be joined by Josephine Atluri, a meditation and mindfulness coach. She also has her website that aims to help other parents on how to do smart parenting and build a good relationship with their children. Listen to the episode and learn the importance of understanding what your children need and being mindful of what …
 
In this episode, we review the CPAP technology assessment draft report released by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and the AASM-led response. Our guest Dr. Susheel Patil highlights key findings of the report, where the Academy and its partners think it falls short, and how it could ultimately move the field forward by setting the sta…
 
On this week's episode, I am so delighted to have on the show Kayla Douglas a certified life coach. She is diagnosed with narcolepsy at a very young age but it doesn't stop her from fulfilling her dreams and her goal of helping other people. Show Note: www.deepintosleep.co/episode/the-power-of-perspective-a-different-view-on-narcolepsy Thank You fo…
 
For this week's episode, I will be joined by Michael Rubino, a certified mold expert and the author of the book “The Mold Medic”. He will share with us tips on how to remove molds in our home. Michael will also tell us how to find a good inspector and remediation company, to help us fix these mold issues. Tune in and know more about this scary litt…
 
It’s a pleasure to have on the show, Dr. Amy Novotny. She is the founder of PABR® Institute with the mission to provide pain, stress, and anxiety relief to those who seek a naturalistic form of treatment. She will give us a deeper understanding of how important proper breathing is to our health, and to our sleep. So take a deep breath, tune in and …
 
Your CPAP Equipment — How Often to Change CPAP Filter and Other Components Do I need to maintain my CPAP device? How often to change the CPAP filter? Do I need to clean my nosepiece? These are some of the most common questions when people first start using a Continuous Positive Airway Pressure, or CPAP. We’re here to tell you that you need to clean…
 
The Best Ways to Keep Your Machine Clean: CPAP Wipes, Soapy Water, and a Little TLC A CPAP machine helps those who struggle with sleep apnea or similar conditions to breathe easier and sleep better. Sleep apnea is a serious health condition known to cause frequent disturbances throughout the night, and people with this condition have to deal with f…
 
The Best CPAP Cleaning Soaps for Cleaning Your Equipment If you want to ensure the best possible therapy when it comes to your sleep apnea, you’ll need to ensure that your CPAP equipment is spotless. You’ll need to maintain every component for nightly use, including the masks, tubing, and your humidifier tub. Routine cleaning will meet optimum heal…
 
CPAP Parts and Equipment for Sleep Apnea Sleep apnea causes interruptions or pauses in your breathing while you sleep. It’s a health condition that can be detrimental to your wellbeing and poses more serious concerns than snoring—it can put you at risk of death. Fortunately, CPAP machines help keep your airways open throughout the night. If you are…
 
CPAP and Allergies: 4 Ways You Can Improve Rest As you can probably imagine, a CPAP and allergies don’t go hand in hand. These devices are meant to make breathing easier for you at night, and if seasonal allergens are getting in the way, you’ll have difficulty feeling comfortable and getting rest. People with Sleep Apnea can develop more serious re…
 
Obstructive sleep apnea affects 40-50% of children with Down syndrome; however, access to care, diagnosis, and treatment of OSA presents many challenges. In this episode, we talk with Dr. Ignacio Tapia, a pediatric sleep specialist whose research aims to increase access to sleep care for special needs’ patients, leverage home sleep apnea tests and …
 
The second part of my interview with Marla Barr will be all about meditation and sleep relaxation also known as Yoga Nidra. She will guide us on how to do it and will tell us more about these types of meditations. Marla will also explain the importance of learning this practice and how it can help us to have a healthier and happier life. Tune in to…
 
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