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
Wed, 19 October 2016
The 1950s was once called the “age of anxiety.” I think it’s fair to say that the level of anxiety has risen exponentially since the 1950s. There are many reasons why you may be anxious, including information overload, social media, non-stop news, or even your children’s activities. For many of you, In this episode, Kathy and I will reveal how sleep-breathing problems can cause or aggravate anxiety.
Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers by Dr. Robert Sapolsky
Heal Your Headache by Dr. David Buchholz
Calm magnesium tea
Patrick McKeon interview
Unstuff your stuffy nose ebook
Andrew Weil - Breathing: The Master Key to Self Healing
Stop Smoking for the Last Time by George Wissing
Deborah Quilter interview (#67) on yoga breathing
Thu, 15 September 2016
In this interview, I interview Dr. Mark Burhenne, who is an integrative sleep medicine dentist, and author of The 8-hour Sleep Paradox: How We Are Sleeping Our Way to Fatigue, Disease and Unhappiness. He has a fantastic website, askthedentist.com, which is dedicated to helping people understand oral health and the mouth-body connection for overall wellness. He has been featured in numerous media outlets, including being a contributor to Yahoo! Health, CNN, and the Huffington Post.
In this 40 minute program, you’ll learn:
Tue, 26 July 2016
In this podcast episode, Kathy and I will talk about links between various gastrointestinal issues and obstructive sleep apnea. We cover the following 5 surprising conditions:
Sleep Interrupted: A physician reveals the #1 reason why so many of us are sick and tired
Inflammatory bowel disorders and Celiac disease research study
Blog post on GI problems and sleep apnea
Sun, 19 June 2016
In this podcast episode, Kathy puts me on the spot by asking unscripted questions about the most common questions I get asked about the ear, nose and throat. I will answer:
Wed, 25 May 2016
In this episode, Kathy and I will reveal how allergies can ruin your sleep.
We'll discuss proven steps that can get rid of your allergies this spring.
Sat, 23 April 2016
In this episode, Kathy and I will reveal 7 ways that mouth breathing can cause sleep and health problems.
Unstuff Your Stuffy Nose ebook
Interview with Dr. Michael Mew on the Modern Melting Face
Interview with Patrick McKeown on Buteyko Breathing
Shut Your Mouth to Save Your Life, by George Catlin
Sat, 20 February 2016
In this podcast, Kathy and I talk about 7 Ways Doctors Can Ruin Your Sleep:
2. Dental headgear
3. Orthodontics / teeth extractions / jaw surgery
4. Medical or surgical menopause
6. Surgery that prevent your preferred sleep position
7. Back to sleep campaign to prevent SIDS
Link back to original post on doctorstevenpark.com
Mon, 1 February 2016
In this podcast, I have a fascinating discussion with Dr. Ronald M. Harper, Professor of Neurobiology at the University of California, Los Angeles. Dr. Harper shares some profound insights about why brain damage goes hand in hand with obstructive sleep apnea. In this interview, you’ll learn:
Wed, 13 January 2016
In this podcast, Kathy and I will reveal "Everything You Wanted to Know About Nasal Surgery." Topics include:
1. Septoplasty: Why packs are not needed
2. Turbinoplasty: How much removal is enough?
3. Nostril surgery: Why it's better than Breathe Right strips
4. Sinus surgery: Myths and misconceptions
5. Reconstructive surgery: When you may need this.