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Join Dr. Park on this installment of his Expert Interview Series, where insomnia and sleep medicine expert, Dr. Gregg Jacobs, unveils his proven and effective methods for stopping insomnia, without the use of harmful and expensive medications.

 
Here’s what you’ll learn during this teleseminar:
  • The 10 most effective ways to beat insomnia without medications
  • The most common mistakes every insomnia sufferer makes and what you can do to avoid them
  • Why most doctors are uninformed when it comes to insomnia and what you can do to get the best treatment possible
  • Which sleeping pills, if any, are safe and which you must absolutely avoid taking
An Insomnia Specialist at the Sleep Disorders Center at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, Dr. Gregg Jacobs is the leading authority on the treatment of insomnia.  His insights on insomnia and sleep are eye-opening and enlightening. During this 64 minute call, Dr. Jacobs answers your questions.
Direct download: Overcome_Insomnia_Without_Medications.mp3
Category:Ask Dr. Park -- posted at: 9:33pm EDT

This is part 3 and the final segment of my conversation with Dr. Stasha Gominck, a neurologist with some very insightful information about vitamin d and how it’s vitally related not only to sleep, but to every aspect of your health. As mentioned previously, vitamin d is actually a hormone that’s needed by every area of your body, including your brain. 
 
In this segment, Gominak is going to tell us:
 
  • How to optimize growth hormone release
  • The link between slow wave sleep and the B vitamins
  • How this b vitamin can help REM behavior disorder
  • How much Vit D is made in your skin by sunlight
  • Vitamin D’s anti-cancer properties
  • The importance of quality sleep and cancer prevention
 
For more information about Dr. Gominak, visit her Web site at
 

 

Direct download: Gominak_Part_3.m4a
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 11:38pm EDT

This is Part 2 of my interview with Dr. Stasha Gominak, a neurologist practicing in Tyler, Texas. Dr. Gominak has unique views on how Vitamin D can significantly affect the quality of your sleep, independent of obstructive sleep apnea or upper airway resistance syndrome. In this intervew, she will reveal:

How B vitamins interact with Vitamin D
How B vitamins are related to fibromyalgia
The link between irritable bowel syndrome and headaches
How Vit D is linked with weight gain
What’s the right dose of B vitamins? And for how long?
Which vitamins are made in your gut?
 
Visit Dr. Gominak at http://drgominak.com
Direct download: Gominak_Part_2.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 10:23pm EDT

This is Part 1 of my interview with Dr. Stasha Gominak, a neurologist practicing in Tyler, Texas. Dr. Gominak has unique views on how Vitamin D can significantly affect the quality of your sleep, independent of obstructive sleep apnea or upper airway resistance syndrome. In this intervew, she will reveal:

 

1. How Vitamin D is related to sleep
2. Why Vitamin D3 is better than D2
3. How Mice and Pigs Confused Doctors About Vitamin D
4. Why Sleep became much worse in the 1980s
5. How much Vitamin D do we need?
 
Visit Dr. Gominak at http://drgominak.com
 
Direct download: Gominak_Part_1.m4a
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 12:11pm EDT

ADHD and other behavioral problems are rampant today with millions of children on prescription medications with or without psychotherapy. As I've stated in the past, a significant number of these children have a treatable sleep-breathing problem, which goes undiagnosed. I was alerted to watch this video about a mother’s excruciatingly painful journey to help her son, Connor, who was labeled with a condition called oppositional defiant disorder. 
 
In this episode I'm honored to have as our guest Ms. Valerie Deegan, Connor’s mother. We’re going to talk about what she had to go through to get her son treated appropriately without medications. 
 
Resources mentioned in this Podcast:
 

American Academy of Physiologic Medicine & Dentistry (AAPMD.org)

Ride of the Zombies Charity Bike Ride

Dr. John Mew's photos

Subscribe in iTunes @ doctorstevenpark.com/itunes. Thanks for reviewing my podcast and rating me.

 

 

Direct download: Deegan.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 10:44pm EDT

Podcast #001 Show Notes

 
Welcome to the relaunching of my Breathe Better, Sleep Better, Live Better podcast. In this episode, I will reveal:
 
1. Why only humans have sleep apnea
2. How you can choke and die
3. 5 simple things you can do to sleep better tonight.
 
Download the PDF of the slides here.
Download the MP3 file here.
 
Acronym for obstructive sleep apnea: MOOSE
 
Male
Older
Overweight
Snoring
Excessive Sleepiness.
 
4 Evolutionary / Anatomic Changes:
 
1. Klinorynchy
2. Anterior Migration of the Foramen Magnum
3. Laryngeal descent and loss of epiglottic and soft palate lockup
4. Vertical descent of the larynx.
 
As a result of complex speech and language development, only humans can choke and die.
 
3 Dental Concepts
 
1. Transition to soft, processed foods lead to dental crowding and malocclusion
2. Eating soft vs. hard foods and aggravate dental crowding
3. Bottle-feeding can cause dental crowding and crooked teeth.
 
Changes in our eating and infant feeding habits created more dental crowding and more narrow airways.
 
All these concepts are described in more detail in my book, Sleep Interrupted: A physician reveals the #1 reason why so many of us are sick and tired.
 
Facial profiling. Younger people have more triangular jaws and flatter faces.
 
If our brains get bigger and our jaws get smaller, what will we look like in 50,000 years?
 
Sleep-breathing continuum. All chronic health conditions can be directly or indirectly connected to poor breathing and poor sleep.
 
Conventional treatment options for obstructive sleep apnea:
 
1. Conservative
2. CPAP
3. Dental appliances
4. Surgery.
 
Other options: 
 
1. Acupuncture
2. Oral exercises
3. Didgeridoo
4. Provent
5. Winx
6. Tongue nerve stimulation / pacemaker
7. Functional dental appliances.
 
5 Practical Tips to Sleep Better Today
 
1. Avoid eating or drinking alcohol late
2. Improve nasal breathing
3. Adjust head position to improve the airway
4. Avoid migraine triggers
5. Practice relaxation / deep breathing techniques.
 
Reader Question: Dry mouth after starting CPAP. What to do?
 
Sleep Tip of the Day: How blue light can ruin your sleep and what you can do about it.
 
Resources mentioned in podcast:
 
Dr. Brian Palmer's website
 
 
Subscribe in iTunes @ doctorstevenpark.com/itunes. Thanks for reviewing my podcast and rating me.
 
Download the PDF of the slides.
 
 
 
 
 

Web site

 

Direct download: Podcast_1_-_6_26_14_11.56_PM.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 2:56pm EDT

Interview with Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum, Author of Fatigue & Fibromyalgia Solution—Made Easy!

Please join me on this special interview with Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum, author of the bestselling book, From Fatigued to Fantastic. His new book, Fatigue & Fibromyalgia Solution—Made Easy!, is an easy to read, updated and distilled version of of earlier bestseller.

Listen to his incredible personal story and how he overcame chronic fatigue syndrome, and how you can, too.


Direct download: Teitelbaum2.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:33pm EDT

Dr. Brian Palmer is an internationally recognized expert on dental malocclusion, infant feeding habits, and its relation to obstructive sleep apnea.

Topic: The Evolution of Malocclusion & Sleep Apnea

Download mp3

Download PDF of slides (Part 2)

Direct download: Palmer_part_2.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 9:00pm EDT

Brain Dysfunction and Sleep Apnea with Dr. A. Joseph Borelli

In this teleseminar, I interview Dr. A. Joseph Borelli, who is President and Medical director of MRI at Belfair, in Bluffton, SC. He is a leading expert in brain imaging and has an interest in brain imaging in patients with obstructive sleep apnea. He’s going to show some eye-opening radiologic images of your brain after repeated apneas.

Direct download: Borelli.mp3
Category:Expert Interview -- posted at: 11:37pm EDT

Pediatric Sleep-Breathing Problems and Developmental Issues with Dr. Karen Bonuck

In this teleseminar, I interview Dr. Karen Bonuck about her landmark research linking snoring in infants and higher risk for developmental delays later in life. If you have children, or thinking about having children, you must listen to this interview.

Direct download: Bonuck.mp3
Category:Expert Interview -- posted at: 11:30pm EDT