Meet Rakhi, who like nearly a third of Americans, had trouble sleeping through the night. She opens up about how she became addicted to sedatives and what happened when she was under its influence.
Guest Rakhi shares her personal struggle with a sleeping pill addiction and how she went from hitting rock bottom to rehab, which has helped her stay clean for two years.
Consumer Reports Deputy Editor Lisa Gill reveals the results of a telephone survey showing how often and how long Americans take sleeping pills for.
Dr. Oz presents the risky side effects of prescription sleeping pills and Consumer Reports Deputy Editor Lisa Gill discusses the concerns behind taking over-the-counter sleep aids and melatonin.
Sleep specialist Dr. Carol Ash discusses why up to 40 percent of couples don’t sleep together. Then, meet married couple Levan and Julian and find out why Levan wants them to sleep separately.
Sleep specialist Dr. Carol Ash explains how couples can benefit from going to sleep together at the same time. Plus, learn about the device that can help wake you up without disturbing your bedmate.
Dr. Carol Ash shows guest Levan how she and her husband can use a pillow wall to sleep together in the same bed without having to endure each other’s body heat.
Guests Levan and Julian tracked their sleeping patterns when they slept together in the same bed and when they slept apart from each other. Find out if Levan’s sleep scores improved or not.
We’re dedicating an entire show to sleep: starting with sleeping pills. We investigate why more and more people are popping them before bed. Then, a Dr. Oz experiment: we show you how to fall asleep anywhere.
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