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If you can’t sleep well, it impacts everything…it impacts your exercise, your nutrition, your mental health, your metabolism - all of it. And I know for a fact that so many women listening right now struggle to fall asleep at night, struggle to stay asleep, and simply don’t get the sleep that their body needs to operate at its best.
Which is exactly why I’ve asked my good friend and reknowned Doctor of Sleep Medicine on the show with us today.
Lieutenant Colonel Matthew S. Brock is the Medical Director of the Sleep Disorders Center in San Antonio, which is the largest sleep center in the United States Department of Defense. He also serves as the Sleep Medicine Consultant to the U.S. Air Force Surgeon General and is an Associate Professor of Neurology at the Uniformed Services University. Dr. Brock is a leader in clinical medicine and research in the Air Force and has received countless awards for his work in this field.
Needless to say, prepare to have all of your sleep struggles solved.
And before we hop in and talk about exactly what to do be a better sleeper, I have to insert that the views that Dr. Brock expresses are his own and not the official stance of the Air Force and the Department of Defense. OK.
Dr. Brock, you have literally traveled the world. Of all the countries you have visited around the world, who has the best and who has the worst sleep habits? And why?
A few months ago, I had Esther Blum, a menopause expert, on the show. And one thing she said that shocked everyone the most was how at the crux of our metabolism issues and even our weight gain issues as we age was a lack of good sleep. It seemed to underpin almost everything about our health. It almost seemed like no matter what we do with our nutrition or exercise, if we don’t get good sleep we’re fighting an uphill battle.
The other day, I asked the ladies in my audience what they struggle with the most when it comes to sleep, and I’m really hoping you can help us solve these struggles a little bit. There were two big things: 1) Not being able to fall asleep, 2) Not being able to stay asleep (this second one seemed to be the bigger issue). So let’s tackle the first one:
Let’s tackle the second issue:
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