Sleep Well Stay Well

Sleep Well Stay Well

By Malia Jacobson
Simple, science-backed strategies to sleep well and stay well during stressful times with sleep and health journalist Malia Jacobson.
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Why is my teenager so tired? with Dr. Craig Canapari
Wondering why your teen is still so tired when they seem to sleep around the clock? Continuing my short series on teens and sleep, this episode covers everything from day/night reversal to how we can help teens wake up for classes or a summer job when they haven't set an alarm in months.  BIO: Craig Canapari, MD, directs the Yale Pediatric Sleep Center. He’s a pediatrician at Yale-New Haven Children’s Hospital in New Haven, Connecticut, specializing in the care of children with breathing and sleep problems and the author of It’s Never Too Late to Sleep Train. He’s also a parent and passionate about helping other parents, and their children, get a better night’s sleep.  Links: https://drcraigcanapari.com drcraigcanapari.com/itsnevertoolatetosleeptrainbook https://www.startschoollater.net https://www.instagram.com/drcanapari https://www.facebook.com/CraigCanapariMd https://twitter.com/DrCanapari Show notes: sleepwellstaywell.com
1:02:02
July 9, 2020
BONUS: Teen sleep Q&A
On this special bonus episode I'll answer teen sleep questions I've received as the resident sleep columnist for ParentMap and MetroParent magazines. How can parents help a teen who needs to be up early for a summer job after sleeping until noon for the past few months? How can parents help avoid sibling fights and sleepless nights when a teenager moves into a shared bedroom with a younger sibling? Are teens too old for bedtime routines, and what does a bedtime routine look like when kids outgrow lullabies and bedtime stories, anyway? Get the answers here! Show notes: sleepwellstaywell.com
26:16
July 2, 2020
Helping anxious teens sleep with Jodi Aman, LCSW
More teens are experiencing anxiety these days, along with fear, loss, and uncertainty about the future. Teens also experience a natural biological shift in their sleep that can throw their daily routine into disarray. When combined, these patterns can lead to insomnia, fatigue, irritability, and fuel more anxiety. How can parents help anxious teens get the sleep they need and support their mental and physical wellbeing during stressful times? Today's episode features best-selling author and psychotherapist Jodi Aman, sharing her expertise about how teens can feel better, sleep better, and enjoy their lives by managing anxiety. Jodi Aman is a practicing psychotherapist and best-selling author whose new book Anxiety....I'm So Done With You. A Teen's Guide to Ditching Toxic Stress & Hardwiring Your Brain For Happiness is now available for pre-order. As a family therapist, author, and inspirational speaker, Jodi shows people how to thrive even in the most difficult times. As the mom of teenagers, she specializes in helping teens and their parents learn to push past fear and anxiety, find confidence, heal past trauma, and soar. Show notes: sleepwellstaywell.com
31:54
June 25, 2020
Optimizing sleep, energy, and immune health with Dr. Sierra Storm
Where can you start when you're feeling drained, tired, and listless? Could a nutrient deficiency be affecting your sleep? And what supplements might you consider adding to your routine? On this episode, I talk about how we can boost our energy and keep our immune system strong with regenerative medicine expert Sierra Storm, ND. Sierra Storm, ND, is a naturopathic physician based in Seattle who specializes in anti-aging and regenerative medicine treatments for a range of medical conditions, from chronic pain to arthritis to sleep problems. She’s a sought-after expert for sleep problems and helps her patients optimize both their sleep and their immune health so they can rise up and thrive, naturally. Show notes: sleepwellstaywell.com Links:  RISERegenmed.com Instagram: @DrSierraStorm
44:37
June 18, 2020
Fixing chronic fatigue with Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum
Post-viral fatigue syndrome is emerging as a new risk post COVID-19. In this episode, I share my own experience with post-viral fatigue syndrome and talk about curing for chronic and post-viral fatigue with fatigue expert Jacob Teitelbaum, MD. BIO: Jacob Teitelbaum, MD, is one of the most frequently quoted integrative medical authorities in the world. He is the author of the best-selling From Fatigued to Fantastic!, Pain Free, 1,2,3!, the Complete Guide to Beating Sugar Addiction, Real Cause Real Cure, The Fatigue and Fibromyalgia Solution, Diabetes Is Optional, and the popular free Smart Phone app Cures A-Z. He is the lead author of 4 studies on effective treatment for fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome, and a study on effective treatment of autism using NAET. Dr. Teitelbaum appears often as a guest on news and talk shows nationwide including Good Morning America, The Dr. Oz Show, Oprah & Friends, and CNN. Show notes: sleepwellstaywell.com Links: vitality101.com secure.endfatigue.com/about-us/jacob-teitelbaum-md
35:14
June 11, 2020
Good news about kids, COVID, and sleep with Dr. Maida Chen
With everything going on in the world right now, we can all use some good news. This episode starts off on a bright note with some good news about kids, COVID, and sleep. We also cover how parents can cope with sleep regressions and school-age sleep problems and still get enough rest to function.  BIO: Maida Lynn Chen, MD, is director of the Pediatric Sleep Center and attending physician at Seattle Children’s Hospital and associate professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Washington School of Medicine. Her clinical interests center on sleep disorders in infants, children and adolescents. She is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics, American Thoracic Society, American Academy of Sleep Medicine and Sleep Research Society and is also a parent of three.  Show notes: sleepwellstaywell.com  #blacklivesmatter links: Stamped from the Beginning, https://www.ibramxkendi.com/stamped-from-the-beginning https://www.nytimes.com/2020/01/23/podcasts/1619-podcast.html npr.org/sections/codeswitch/ https://www.communityjusticeexchange.org/ http://nationalbailout.org
48:06
June 4, 2020
Routines, rest, and gratitude with life coach Lena D. Meyer
Can we create space for rest, reflection, and personal growth during periods of disruption and change? How does gratitude fit into getting more and better sleep? In this episode, transformational life coach Lena D. Meyer walks us through creating simple, three-minute morning and evening routines that can improve our sleep, boost our moods, help us reach our goals, and give us more meaningful time with our loved ones. In addition to Lena's tips, I include a few listener tips as well. BIO: Lena D. Meyer is a transformational life coach and founder of Gratitude6 & The Soulful Entrepreneurs Network. After a 10 year career in the financial industry, she became a master certified transformational life coach, earning 1000 hours of intensive on-site certification training and more than 300 hours of private 1-on-1 coaching, counseling, and mentorship. She is also a neuro-linguistic programming practitioner, intuitive development & energy awareness facilitator, mindfulness and meditation practitioner, workshop leader, keynote speaker, and contributes to numerous media outlets, including King5’s New Day Northwest and KOMO’s Seattle Refined. Links: https://www.gratitude6.com/  Show notes: www.sleepwellstaywell.com 
39:40
May 28, 2020
Effortless sleep with Insomnia Coach Martin Reed CHES®
What if the key to better sleep is putting in less effort? If you've tried everything to fix your sleep problems, this episode is for you. Certified insomnia coach Martin Reed talks about why working to fix sleep problems doesn't work and how we can shift thoughts, attitudes, and behaviors to create better days and more restful nights. BIO: Martin Reed MEd, CCSH, is a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES®), an ACE-certified Health Coach, and I am an affiliate member of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. He developed the Insomnia Coach program after years of research and academic study. His Insomnia Coach course uses evidence based cognitive and behavioral interventions to address (and fix) the root causes of most cases of insomnia. Thousands of insomniacs have taken his free two-week course and 97 percent said they'd recommend it to a friend. Show notes: sleepwellstaywell.com
40:16
May 21, 2020
Helping kids build resilience with Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson
How can we help children and teenagers build resilience, cope with chaos, and stay healthy through the coronavirus pandemic? How is the virus impacting the social determinants of health for vulnerable kids—and is there an upside in all of this? On this episode, pediatrician and digital health expert Wendy Sue Swanson, MD, known for a decade as Seattle Mama Doc, talks about the impact of COVID-19 on children's health in 2020 and beyond.  BIO: Wendy Sue Swanson, MD, is a pediatrician, author, mom, and Chief Medical Officer at SpoonfulOne. She has devoted her career to prevention efforts and works to bridge the gap between parents and doctors using digital media. As the first physician blogger for a US pediatric hospital, Dr. Swanson helped lead the way for novel use of social and digital media in health care. She speaks in the U.S. and internationally on the intersections among health, healthcare, and communication with patients through digital media.  Links: Twitter @wendysueswanosn, Instagram @drwendysueswanson, or wendysueswanson.com Full show notes: sleepwellstaywell.com 
48:55
May 14, 2020
Screens, sleep, and home office syndrome with Dr. Alex Dimitriu
Right now, screens connect us to our families, friends, teachers, workplaces, and the world. They also sabotage our sleep. On this episode, psychiatrist and sleep medicine specialist Alex Dimitriu, MD, talks about how light exposure shapes our physical and mental health, how to protect sleep when screens are everywhere, blue-light blocking glasses, and what to do about "home office syndrome" as we head into our third month (but who's counting?) of telework and home-based school. Bio: Alex Dimitriu, MD, is dual board certified in psychiatry and sleep medicine. He treats patients with a wide variety of mental health related issues such as anxiety, PTSD, depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD and sleep disorders. Dr. Dimitriu completed a fellowship in sleep medicine at Stanford University and received his medical degree in psychiatry at Stony Brook University. Dr. Dimitriu is the founder of Menlo Park Psychiatry & Sleep Medicine where he applies a thorough knowledge of neuroscience and pharmacology to attain the most minimal, efficient and holistic solutions possible. Link: www.siliconpsych.com Show notes: www.sleepwellstaywell.com
40:01
May 7, 2020
Food, sleep, and immune health with Dr. Jose Colon
We have to eat. Why not do it in a way that supports both sleep and immune health, especially when we're under stress? Today's episode talks about how what we eat affects how we sleep and how we can stock the fridge, freezer, and pantry with staples that support sleep.  My guest is Jose Colon, MD, MPH, a sleep medicine specialist and the founder of Paradise Sleep, an organization dedicated to education in sleep health. He is triple board certified in sleep medicine, neurology with special qualifications in child neurology, and lifestyle medicine. He specializes in sleep disorders and is the author of several sleep books including “The Sleep Diet, A Novel Approach to Insomnia." He is also an Institute for Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner and an American Society of Clinical Hypnosis Approved Consultant. Link: http://paradisesleep.com/
33:40
April 30, 2020
Treating insomnia without medication with Dr. Vanessa Roddenberry
When we’re struggling with insomnia it can be tempting to reach for a sleeping pill or even a quick fix like another glass of wine before bed. But there’s another way to address the problem and create lasting change: CBT-I, or cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia, a therapy that's been proven more effective than sleeping pills.  This episode unpacks the "layers" to insomnia, why sleep problems can persist for months and even years, how CBT-I helps people who have tried everything else for sleep struggles, and how people can get started with CBT-I from home. BIO: Vanessa Roddenberry, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist and founder of Breyta Psychological Services. She’s a trauma specialist who works with patients experiencing anxiety, insomnia, PTSD, depression, and chronic pain. She practices Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), which integrates mindfulness with meaningful behavioral change, along with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia, also called CBT-I. Links: breytapsych.com Show notes: sleepwellstaywell.com
35:48
April 23, 2020
Anxiety and stress eating with Dr. Michelle P. Maidenberg
How do stress and anxiety impact our eating and sleeping habits? How can we best support our children as they cope with change, loss, and uncertainty? And how can we use mindfulness to manage anxiety and find joy and gratitude in our current situation? New York-based psychotherapist and author Michelle P. Maidenberg, Ph.D., shares how mindfulness can help address changes and challenges to our daily routines, from eating to sleeping to parenting.  Show notes: sleepwellstaywell.com Links: michellemaidenberg.com facebook.com/michellemaidenberg
46:22
April 15, 2020
Sleep schedules and immune health with Dr. Michael Breus
What's the connection between our sleep and our immune health? How can a solid sleep routine support better immunity? And how can we keep kids' and teens' sleep routines on track in the midst of massive schedule disruption? Michael Breus, Ph.D., The Sleep Doctor on the Dr. Oz Show, tells us how to how to optimize our circadian rhythm to keep our immune health strong during this pandemic. Show notes: sleepwellstaywell.com Links: thepowerofwhenquiz.com thesleepdoctor.com/sleep-pandemic symphonynaturalhealth.com/products/herbatonin-0-3mg
42:55
April 14, 2020
Introducing Sleep Well Stay Well
Introducing Sleep Well Stay Well, a podcast about sleep, immune health, and physical and mental wellbeing with sleep and health journalist Malia Jacobson.
02:18
April 14, 2020