The #1 Thing Killing Your Sleep

Stress is a sleep KILLER. We know that stress and sleep are diametrically opposed to one another, and getting quality, restful sleep when you're feeling acute or underlying stress is really difficult. What's more, the lack of quality sleep can compound the effects of stress and lead to some major health problems, too.

So in this video, join sleep expert, Dr. Michael Breus, as he explores how our bodies tend to respond to stress, why poor sleep makes your stress worse, and some tips for reducing your stress right before bedtime.

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0:00 We're All STRESSED
0:38 What is Stress?
1:21 Signs of Stress
1:49 Disordered Sleep
2:59 Stress and Insomnia
3:24 Steps to Reducing Stress
4:01 Power Down Hour
4:55 When to See a Physician
6:00 How to Improve your Sleep Hygiene

😴Michael Breus, Ph.D., is a double board-certified clinical psychologist and sleep expert. He's been in practice since 1999 and helped thousands of patients improve their sleep. Dr. Breus has written five books on sleep and conducted over 1,000 interviews to the press and public.

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4 Comments

  1. I am watching this lying in bed avoiding sleeping. Do I win a prize?

  2. Hi Dr. Sleep, I have OSA and had Catheter Ablations for AFib, now I’m throwing lots of Central Sleep Apneas. I was at 10/5, so I went to 9/4 (still 5.9 Central’s per hour), so now I’m going to 8/4. All of this is on a BiPap. I hope I don’t need an ASV. Before my Catheter Ablations my A/H Index was under 2 per hour. So it’s not like I just need to “adjust” to the Bipap and Central’s will go away. They’re a new phenomenon. So now I’m going to lower my Bipap to 8/4 and see how I do. Have you ever heard of this happening?

  3. You can’t control sleep so quit the meds – anxiety makes sleep difficulty so get up and do something you like and your brain will then allow you to sleep

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