Wed, 2 August 2017
I've seen thousands of patients that succeed with CPAP, and thousands more that don't. What I've noticed is that people who are able to get a great night's sleep with CPAP have certain common characteristics or habits that they all have in common. Please join Kathy and me in this important, and potentially life-saving discussion.
American Sleep Apnea Association's AWAKE group
Mon, 31 July 2017
I know many of you out there hate the idea of using CPAP. A number of you keep asking me how to avoid using CPAP. Some of the even get panic attacks thinking about using CPAP.
With today's launch of my book, Totally CPAP, I think it's appropriate to address all these concerns, with a podcast titled "5 Reasons Why You Should Try CPAP Even If You Hate It."
Wed, 17 May 2017
Get more AM light. Northwest Univ. study - more exposure to daytime sunlight 8-12 AM were much lighter.
Delayed sleep phase syndrome. Singularity
Blackout bedroom, shit work.
Vitamin D - get checked
5 Immediate steps to help you sleep better and lose weight
1. Take morning walks outside
2. Use software filters. No screens before sleep
3. Cover the lights in your bedroom
4. Spend more time outdoors
3. Check Vit D
Dr. Gominak Vitamin D Interviews
Mon, 20 February 2017
In this episode, Kathy and I will reveal the 7 Ways Your Stuffy Nose Can Make You Fat.
7 Ways Your Stuffy Nose Can Make You Fat
1. Stress due to breathing poorly
2. Poor breathing at night from upper airway resistance syndrome to obstructive sleep apnea
3. Craving for sugary, fatty, starchy foods
4. Poor digestion with inflammation
5. Poor oxygen uptake due to lack of nitric oxide
Buteyko breathing: Patrick McKewon podcast
6. Leptin goes down, and ghrelin goes up
7. Lack of energy and motivation
7 Ways to Lose Weight Without Dieting
Tue, 31 January 2017
You may have experienced forgetting things once in a while, but for some people, it's a common occurrence. Some of you are in a constant state of brain fog, struggling to think clearly. In this episode, Kathy and will talk about various reasons that can lead to sleep deprivation, and ultimately, to memory problems and brain fog.
Dr. Ronald Harper: Podcast on OSA and brain damage
The importance of REM sleep
The 3 benefits of sleep
1. Growth hormone, wound healing, immune system
2. Memory enhancement
3. Stress management
How sleep deprivation alters your sense of how impaired you are
APO E4: The common gene for Alzheimer’s, heart disease, and obstructive sleep apnea.
3 ways our brains are damaged
1. Modern society
2. Toxins and inflammation: Leaky gut and brain
3. Small jaws and upper airway
Eat Dirt:Why Leaky Gut May Be the Root Cause of Your Health Problems and 5 Surprising Steps to Cure It. By Dr. Josh Axe
Dr. Kathy Richards mild cognitive impairment study
Glamour magazine article
Medications that can trigger obstructive sleep apnea
What You Can Do Right Now To Prevent Losing Your Mind
1. Don’t eat late
2. Good nasal breathing: Un-stuff Your Stuffy Nose e-book