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Night Owls, Delayed Sleep Phase Insomnia & Getting a Second Wind

From the Show: Health Radio
Summary: What are some of the most common illnesses and diseases caused by lack of sufficient sleep?
Air Date: 10/5/15
Duration: 10
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Roger W. Washington, MD
Roger WashingtonA Stanford Medical School graduate and Academy of Family Physicians Fellow, Roger W. Washington, M.D., has answered the question, "Doctor, Why Am I Sick?" for 30 years. In his first book, Lack of Sufficient SLEEP MATTERS, Dr. Washington decodes the root cause of illness he discovered in California's Silicon Valley, where sacrificing sleep is the norm.
  • Book Title: Lack of Sufficient Sleep Matters: Decode the Root Cause of Disease and Illness
Night Owls, Delayed Sleep Phase Insomnia & Getting a Second Wind
Even though you know how important sleep is, it can be extremely difficult to get a good night's sleep.

You might feel tired, but when it's time to go to bed, you might lay wide awake thinking about all the things you have to do the next day.

In fact, according to the National Institutes of Health, at least 70 million Americans suffer from sleep troubles.

How can you confidently go to bed and get enough quality of sleep?

Listen in as Roger W. Washington, MD, shares what could be contributing to your unhealthy sleep patterns and how you can finally get a good night's sleep.

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