Sleep Management - Videos

How To Get Better Sleep

Psychologist and sleep expert Dr. Janet Kennedy presents ways we can change our life to get the rest we need.

Here’s Why Gen X Women Are Suffering From Lack Of Sleep

Sleep expert and author Ada Calhoun talks her book, “Why Can’t We Sleep?” and offers solutions to this dilemma plaguing many women.

Must-Have Sleep Products

Lifestyle expert Bahar Takhtehchian shares the must have sleep product’s to obtain quality sleep.

Could a ‘Sleep Divorce’ Save Your Relationship?

The Doctors speak with Jamie and Jeff, a married couple who have a “sleep divorce.” This couple says sleeping in separate rooms has been a lifesaver for their marriage. Could this type of “divorce” be the answer for your sleepless night?

Put It to the Test: A Patch to Help You Sleep

One in three adults doesn’t get enough sleep. The Doctors put a natural sleep patch to the test. Does it work?

Do You Suffer from Sleep Paralysis?

If you wake up numb, not being able to move, and it feels like something is pressing down on you, you might be experiencing sleep paralysis. Sleep specialist Dr. Raj Dasgupta weighs in on how and why this happens.

Sleepwalker Falls Six Stories!

Sleep expert Dr. Raj Dasgupta weighs in on the story of a man who recently sleepwalked out of an apartment window, fell six stories, and survived.

Frequently Waking up in the Middle of the Night?

Why do you often wake up around the same time every night? Sleep expert Dr. Raj Dasgupta shares some lifestyle habits that could be playing a part in your lack of sleep.

What Can You Do about Night Terrors?

Sleep expert Dr. Raj Dasgupta answers a viewer question about how to handle her night terrors.

Drs. Rx: The Stretch That Might Just Help You Sleep Better

The Doctors reveal the stretch that might help you relax after a long day

What Is Narcolepsy?

Have you ever seen someone doze off in the middle of a conversation? It could be the medical condition narcolepsy was to blame.

Why Do I Get Night Sweats?

Sleep specialist Dr. Raj Dasgupta joins The Doctors to weigh in on why one Doctor’s staff member might be suffering from chronic night sweats.

Dangerous Drugstore Sleep Products?

80 percent of adults use over-the-counter medicines as a first response to minor ailments. But could these sleep pills do more harm than good? Sleep specialist Dr. Raj Dasgupta weighs in on over-the-counter sleep apnea pills.

Drs. Rx: Combat Brain Fog from a Bad Night of Sleep!

The Doctors share a trick to combat the effects of a sleepless night.

ADHD Caused by Lack of Sleep?

Could a lack of shuteye be a big underlying cause of ADHD? The Doctors and sleep specialist Dr. Raj Dasgupta discuss new research that suggests just that.

Does Tracking Your Sleep Actually Fuel Insomnia?

Could keeping tracking of your sleep actually lead to less shut-eye? The Doctors discuss a new study.

Narcolepsy Myths Debunked

The Doctors are joined by pulmonary and sleep specialist Dr. Raj Dasgupta, who helps debunk myths surrounding narcolepsy â€" a disease that affects about 200,000 people in America.

When Sleep Can Be Dangerous to Your Health

Heather is having sleep issues and seeks help from sleep specialist Dr. Raj Dasgupta and answers about how sleep apnea can affect your health from Pfizer's Chief Medical Officer Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall.

8 Easy Tricks to Get Better Sleep

If you have trouble sleeping, these simple and totally doable pointers can make a huge difference. Try them out to help you sleep like a baby.

Could This Help You Sleep Better?

Rebeccah gets a plan to help her get more sleep and to stop sleepwalking. Also psychotherapist Dr. Mike Dow shares his nighttime turmeric latte recipe. Could this help you sleep better?

Why am I Sleepwalking?

Rebeccah feared her sleepwalking would put her 6-month old in danger, so The Doctors sent her to sleep specialist Dr. Raj Dasgupta for a consultation.

Sleep Deprivation Is More Harmful Than You Think

Researchers are gaining interesting new insights into just how destructive sleep deprivation can be for our emotional equilibrium. Skimping even an hour or two on sleep, for example, makes people less able to read others' facial expressions. WSJ's Andrea Petersen explains on Lunch Break. Photo: Getty

Controversial Treatment for Narcolepsy

Sleep specialist Dr. Raj Dasgupta and narcolepsy sufferer Trinity join The Doctors to discuss Trinity taking GHB, also known as the “date rape” drug, to treat her narcolepsy. Trinity says it has given her her life back. But how does it work?

Woman Struggling with Narcolepsy Gets Help

Trinity suffers from narcolepsy, an illness that can cause her to crash into sleep throughout the day, interfering with work and ordinary tasks. She joins The Doctors to discuss a new treatment that has changed her life.

How Sleep Loss Affects Your Heart

Sleeping for five hours a night alters your heart rate the next day.

What to Do When You Wake Up in the Middle of the Night

Examining the causes of middle-of-the-night insomnia and how to treat it. WSJ’s Andrea Petersen join lunch break with Tanya Rivero with tips on getting a good night’s sleep. Photo: Getty

Mayo Clinic Minute: Do You Need a Nap?

If your night was restless or the day is hectic, a nap is a welcome break. Napping offers various benefits for healthy adults. However, naps, especially longer ones, have drawbacks. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, Jeff Olsen speaks with sleep specialist Dr. Eric Olson about the ups and downsides of naps. More health and medical news on the Mayo Clinic News Network

Is there an advantage to sleeping late? Study says yes! Here’s why

Early to bed and early to rise may not make you so wise: A new study has found that staying up late and sleeping in late the next day may make some people more innovative.

Top 5 Facts About Sleepwalking

Have you ever woken up to discover that you've taken off your pyjamas, or that moved from your bed to the couch, or that you're wearing shoes and covered in blood?

Sleepy Truckers: How Sleep Apnea May Impact Safety

Truck drivers who don't stick to their sleep apnea treatments have a five times greater risk of serious, preventable crashes. That's according to a new study from the University of Minnesota Morris published in the journal Sleep. Dr. Clayton Cowl, chair of Preventive, Occupational and Aerospace Medicine at Mayo Clinic, says health care providers should be aware of this when commercial truckers go in for exams to make sure the drivers are properly screened and treated.