Breathe Better, Sleep Better, Live Better Podcast (podcast)
In this episode, we have Mr. Roger Price, who has more than five decades of experience and qualifications in multiple areas of human health, giving him a unique background and ability to ‘see the big picture’, as well as to spearhead the integration of previously unconnected disciplines into a Functional Health Program. He is internationally recognized as “The Man who connected Dentistry, Sleep and Breathing."
In this interview, we discuss:
  • What is the link between children’s teeth and the way they sleep?
  • How did modern humans change the rules of life?
  • How we changed our diets and feed our babies to make things worse
  • Why the AHI is not a reliable measure of sleep quality
  • The myth about nasal breathing
  • Why 90% of asthma is not really asthma
  • How to control an asthma attack
  • The two genetic markers of asthma
  • The truth about Buteyko Breathing
  • Symptom management vs. educational program
  • The 3 basic myths about breathing
  • The Dental Diet by Dr. Steven Lin.
Direct download: Podcast_46_-_final.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 3:50pm EDT

In this podcast episode, Dr. Barry Rafael joins us to talk about integrative orthodontics and his mission to teach patients, parents, and professionals about Airway-Related Oral Dysfunctions and treatment alternatives.

In this 62 minute interview, Dr. Rafael will reveal:

  1. When children should be checked for airway dental disease
  2. The ADA position paper on the role of dentists in sleep disordered breathing 
  3. The legacy of Dr. Brian Palmer 
  4. His integrative approach to orthodontics
  5. His efforts to educate the profession
  6. His practice protocols.


Show Notes

Pottinger’s Cats: A Study in Nutrition
Direct download: Podcast_45_-_final.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 9:58pm EDT

In this episode, Kathy and I will reveal "Why Better Breathing Doesn’t Always Lead to Better Health."

Here are 7 of these reasons. Please listen to the recording to find out more.

1. You can’t control your breathing when you’re sleeping
2. You don’t know you’re not breathing well
3. You can’t control your sleep position or posture at night
4. Not all breathing is equal
5. The oxygen myth: Lack of breathing, not lack of oxygen
6. Despite high levels of oxygen in your bloodstream, it may not reach certain areas of your body under stress
7. Stress-Breathing Paradox



Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers by Dr. Robert Sapolsky
Direct download: Podcast_44_-_final.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 11:29am EDT

Here are 7 health conditions that you won’t think about that may suggest that you have a sleep-breathing disorder. 
1. Nighttime urination
2. Atrial Fibrillation
3. Panic attacks at night
4. Seizures
5. GI problems
6. Skin problems
7. Infertility 
Bonus: Cancer
Show Notes
Direct download: Podcast_43_-_final.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 10:57pm EDT

In this episode, we have a special guest interview with Mr. Joshua Thomas, who runs a fantastic website,  Joshua has an amazing story to share with us, describing his journey going through a maze in the medical system for years before being able to find help for his wife, by finally treating undiagnosed obstructive sleep apnea.

In this 32 minute interview, he will reveal:

1. What motivated Joshua to start up

2. How has this affected him personally, and what had to be changed to sleep better and be healthier in general?

3. What are the most common questions that he gets his readers?

4. What are some of the most successful options his readers have had for snoring? 

5. What are some of his favorite over-the-counter (OTC) devices for snoring?

6. What to tell people that they don’t want to use a gadget, device or a machine for the rest of their lives?

7. How to help people who have “paralysis by analysis”? 

8. The one thing that people usually don’t address about sleep that’s important to consider.


Show notes

Sleep Interrupted: A physician reveals the #1 reason why so many of us are sick and tired

Totally CPAP: A Sleep Physician’s Guide to Restoring Your Sleep and Reclaiming Your Life

Direct download: Podcast_41_-_final.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 6:49am EDT

In this episode, Kathy and I will talk about upper airway resistance syndrome, or UARS, as part of our “Back to the Basics” series.  In this discussion, we cover the following:

  • What is UARS and how is it different from obstructive sleep apnea?
  • What are the most common features of UARS and how can it be diagnosed?
  • Why most doctors are unaware of UARS
  • What you can do to start treating UARS and when to see your doctor
  • How to prevent obstructive sleep apnea and UARS.

Show Notes

Original UARS paper by Dr. Christian Guilleminault

Sleep Interrupted: A physician reveals the #1 reason why so many of us are sick and tired 

Robert Sapolsky’s book, “Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers

The Sleep Breathing Paradigm (Podcast 39)

POTS (postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome)

UARS and somatic syndromes: Dr. Avram Gold article

Direct download: Podcast_40_-_final.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 10:25am EDT

In this podcast episode, Kathy and I go back to the basics. We will talk about my sleep-breathing paradigm, the concept that all modern humans are susceptible to various degrees.

Show Notes

Sleep Interrupted: A physician reveals the #1 reason why so many of us are sick and tired

Dr. Terrance Davidson: The Great Leap Forward: the anatomic basis for the acquisition of speech and obstructive sleep apnea

Dr. Weston Price : Nutrition and Physical Degeneration

Dr. Robert Corruccini: Anthropologist who found that soft diets are associated with more crooked teeth. Podcast interview.

Video series on why we have malocclusion (crooked teeth)

Dr. Christian Guilleminault. Podcast interview. UARS paper

Unstuff your stuffy nose free e-book

Dr. Brian Palmer. The first person to alert me to the impact on how bottle-feeding can alter facial growth.

Direct download: Podcast_39_final.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 11:04am EDT

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


Direct download: Podcast_37_-_Habits.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 10:14pm EDT

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." 


Totally CPAP: A Sleep Physician’s Guide to Restoring Your Sleep and Reclaiming Your Life

Direct download: Podcast_36_final.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 9:55pm EDT

Show Notes

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.
Shift Workers 
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
Direct download: Podcast_35_final.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 11:18am EDT