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Authors Shawn Stevenson and Dr. Richard Isaacson discuss how sleep quality can affect your memory and therefore your risk for Alzheimer's. Then, take the quiz to determine if your sleep habits are healthy.
Shawn Stevenson explains that while alcohol does help lull you to sleep it can actually affect your REM cycle. Then, find out how snoring could impact your sleep health in a negative way.
Author Shawn Stevenson talks about why working out in the morning is the best for your sleep quality. Then, he shows guests Kendi and Elean an exercise to do in the morning.
Dr. Richard Isaacson reveals to Dr. Oz the foolproof method that helps him get on a sleep schedule.
Dr. Richard Isaacson introduces Steve, a patient from his Alzheimer's prevention clinic, who talks about how sleep specifically helped optimize his brain power and improve his memory. Dr. Isaacson explains why sleep is so important for the brain.
Dr. Richard Isaacson discusses how his patient Steve went from the 50th percentile to the 98th percentile in regard to optimal brain function by getting extra sleep. Then, play a brain exercise game to evaluate how your brain processes information.
Elizabeth Smart joins Dr. Oz to talk about being abducted at age 14 and how she is coping 15 years later. Elizabeth shares that her resilience is all due to her parents’ unconditional love and support.
Amidst the movie and documentary coming out about her survival experience, Elizabeth Smart shares her feelings about how she decided to go through with the project. She talks about why people should stop questioning survivors of kidnapping.
Elizabeth Smart talks about how she was able to put away the hate in order to move on with her life. Then, she shares why she has nothing left to say to the people who kidnapped her.
Dr. Oz asks Elizabeth how she was able to trust a man, her husband, after being kidnapped and raped. Elizabeth divulges how hard it is not to be a helicopter parent after her life experiences.