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Arianna Huffington opens up about her personal experience with sleep deprivation and why she is so passionate about revolutionizing the way we think about sleep.
Dr. Oz and Arianna Huffington demonstrate how lack of sleep can negatively affect the brain. Plus, they help viewers understand why sleep deprivation can impact self-control, the immune system, metabolism, and memory.
Dr. Oz explains the cleaning process your body undergoes while you’re sleeping. Then, Arianna Huffington explains how eight hours of sleep a day has helped her energy on a day-to-day basis.
Dr. Breus and Dr. Oz discuss cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (known as CBT-I) as a solution for better sleep. Dr. Breus endorses this therapy as one of the most effective methods to get sleep and explains why it works.
Dr. Oz show viewers log their success with different cognitive behavioral therapy apps to see if they’re really worth trying.
Core team expert Tia Brown discusses how cognitive behavior therapy influenced her sleep. She discusses the importance of routine in maintaining good sleep. Then, guest Holly talks about the Sleepio app and how it helped her sleep.
Four women with insomnia reveal how cognitive behavioral therapy programs helped them sleep.
Instead of counting sheep, Rhenotha visits the Amen Clinic to put one podcast to the sleep test. See what her EEG tests revealed!
Drew Ackerman, the creator of the “Sleep With Me” podcast shares his thoughts on Dr. Oz’s sleep experiment. Plus, he tells Dr. Oz why he thinks his podcast is so successful.
How well are you really sleeping? Dr. Michael Breus presents the sleep score quiz so you can get the quality sleep you deserve.
Sleep doctor Michael Breus and Dr. Oz walk Adrienne through her sleep score quiz results. Plus, Dr. Breus explains the sleep score scale so everyone can determine if their sleep quality is below or above average.
Dr. Michael Breus explains how the S+ sleep device by ResMed can help you sleep better. By tracking your sleep cycles at night it can help wake you up at the best time and personalize recommendations to optimize your sleep.
Your smartphone helps you stay connected most of the time. Now, it can help you unplug and fall asleep quickly and easily with the help of podcasts like “Sleep With Me.” Follow this step-by-step guide to get started.
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