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Join Mary E. LaLuna, as she puts on her educator's cap to discuss the effects of sleep deprivation on our Middle to High School students. Could the rate of depression, academic decline and increase in injuries be in direct relationship with schools beginning before the sun rises in some states? How does this impact our kids and why is there a reluctance to do what is right for our adolescent community?
Mary E. LaLuna, executive producer and creator of ArtSees Diner is also a licensed, certified educator in both Illinois and Indiana. With advanced degrees in curriculum and instruction as well as Leadership she brings with her over 14 years experience as a professional educator and more than 25 years as a school advocate.
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Considering the physical and mental effects of sleep deprivation and Jet Lag, what do you think might be the consequences for current world leaders?
Still, busy world leaders such as Winston Churchill , John F. Kennedy , and Napolean Bonaparte may got little sleep. How? “Nature has not intended mankind to work from eight in the morning until midnight without that refreshment of blessed oblivion which, even if it only lasts twenty minutes, is sufficient to renew all the vital forces.” Winston Churchill Problem sleepiness may be associated with difficulty concentrating, memory lapses, loss of energy, fatigue, lethargy, and emotional instability... Note: Our biological clock that times and controls our sleep/wake cycle will attempt to function according to a normal day/night schedule even when that person tries to change it.
Dan Pardi -- neuroscience researcher and founder of Dan's Plan -- visits the show to discuss the shocking research on how sleep deprivation impacts decision making, reaction time, memory, and weight gain.
Learn more about Dan at www.dansplan.com
Hosted by Sean Croxton of Underground Wellness.
We will discuss how important sleep is in children and some of the possible side effects of sleep deprivation that many of you may not be aware of.
Many health experts believe we are experiencing a sleep deprivation epidemic in today's world. Studies show we get 2 hours less sleep per night than our ancestors did a century ago. Seems everywhere we look a new study is telling us the high cost to our health of getting too little sleep: impaired memory, irritability, depression, lack of energy, poor performance and the list goes on to include obesity, heart attacks, stoke, high blood pressure and more. But what do we do about it in our overloaded, stress-filled lives? In this episode Bobbie discusses the little known hormonal root causes of sleep disorders, the snowball effect of sleep debt, practical tips for dealing with the issue at its source, and correcting chemical imbalances without resorting to sleeping medication. The signs that you are amassing a sleep debt may surprise you and often go unheeded. Are you exhibiting some of them? Don't miss this important episode to find out. Learn what you can do about it starting today.
Join health coach, Tracy Dixon, founder of Holistic Equilibrium as she discusses the dangers of sleep deprivation and it's links to obesity.
In this week's segment of Headlines in Health - a shocking reason not the "Do the Dew" and controversy over Georgia's anti-obesity campaign. Tracy also weighs in with some Food for Thought on the popular hCG diet.
And she'll be taking your calls and answering all of your burning health questions about sleep, dieting and mind-body nutrition.
Join Jacqueline Foreman and Dr. Sheila Forman as they discuss sleep disorders and how they can impact your life in a very negative and distructive way. Pop icon Michael Jackson’s unexpected death shocked the world. It was recently confirmed that the singer died due to an overdose of the drug Propofol, which he was using as a sleep aid. But Jackson wasn’t the only one having trouble sleeping—millions of us struggle with sleep deprivation, and its effects can be deadly. Dr. Sheila Forman discusses sleep deprivation, both in the Jackson case and as it relates to your audience.
• The many (and often unrecognized) symptoms of sleep deprivation, including nausea, confusion, stuttering, and visual impairment.
• Why lack of sleep can make you fat.
• How decreased judgment, reaction time and loss of reasoning makes sleep deprivation mimic intoxication and drug use.
Join Ingrid Prueher, founder of www.babysleepwhisperer.com, a certified pediatric and adult sleep and nutrition consultant and host of Parents.com "Baby Sleep 911" Web TV series, on Wednesday afternoons from 2:30 pm to 3:00 pm EST. Ingrid will answer your child feed and sleep questions so your family can get the rest you all deserve. Call in number is (646) 595-2075, she looks forward to speaking with you soon!
Chatting with sleepless families and helping their children to love sleep and bringing on experts to talk about everything parenting!
Follow Ingrid on FB at The Baby Sleep Whisperer and on Twitter at @IngridPrueher
Today's Jane Wilkens Michael Show, is all about what we can do to sleep Better Than Before. Renowned physician Dr. Param Dedhia, who specializes in integrative medicine, executive health, weight loss, longevity, mind and body medicine, diabetes, joint health and sleep issues at the world-class Canyon Ranch Health Resort and Luxury Spa in Tucson, Arizon, will talk about the importance of sleep from a medical perspective. Celebrated nutritionist Micah Risk, who has worked for the World Health Organization, will give suggestions on what to eat for better sleep and Jennifer Cohen, a leading fitness authority, who has been featured on the Today Show, The Doctors and Dr. Oz, will discuss how sleep is essential to being fit.
Thats right since Truth is not running a show tonight and Raven was kidnapped earlier by the sleep demons B.D.D. has hijacked the station and decided that Saturday night indeed is a great night for a fight. So cmon in make yourself at home and lets kick the jukebox and get on down with it!!
Cold beer hot women and smooth whiskey the perfect combination mix in a lil violence and some great fights and what you got? a night on air with the BrotherHood of Violence. lets get it on!
Come one come all