How do you help your patients experiencing nightmares, trauma, and sleep issues? In this video, clinical psychologist Lara Barbir PhD is sharing her link between nightmares and trauma, how to treat nightmares, and clinical sleep tips for physicians and therapists.
Most doctors only get 2 hours of sleep education in medical school, but all of our patients have to sleep! The problem with that is missed diagnoses and inappropriate treatments. In this video I’m sharing 5 things I wish more doctors knew about sleep medicine.
Reproductive Psychiatry focuses on the care of women across the reproductive lifespan. Women’s sleep changes with hormonal fluctuations, but women are underserved when it comes to sleep research and clinical sleep medicine. In this video, psychiatrists, Drs. Anna Glezer and Nishi Bhopal, discuss women’s sleep health, how women’s sleep changes across the lifespan, and Dr. Glezer’s new reproductive psychiatry fellowship program.
The gold standard treatment for sleep apnea is CPAP, but many people have trouble getting used to their CPAP masks. In this video, sleep doctors, Dr. Audrey Wells, and Dr. Nishi Bhopal, discuss sleep apnea, the problems associated with it, sleep apnea treatment, and how to get used to cpap masks.
Learn more about Dr. Audrey’s method at: www.supersleepmd.com
New parents often struggle with how to get their babies to sleep. In this video, baby sleep consultant Dr. Sarah Mitchell is sharing her best sleep training tips.
Learn more about Dr. Sarah’s method at: https://www.helpingbabiessleep.com/
What is the relevance of the Save Soil Movement to Sleep & Mental Health? Why should physicians and therapists care about Save Soil? In this video, we’re talking all about the #savesoil movement and why it’s important to sleep and mental health.
Learn more about the Save Soil movement: consciousplanet.org
About Ashwin Varghese MD: “I developed an interest in mental health early in my academic career. Prior to attending medical school, I was a researcher in the field of Psycho-Neuro-Immunology where I explored the relationship between early life psychological trauma and the development of immunological disorders as well as psychopathology in later life (using animal models). Subsequently, I attended medical school and it seemed natural for me to train in Psychiatry after medical school. As early as graduate school (prior to attending medical school) I developed a personal practice of meditation to cope with the stresses of a demanding academic career. Currently my contemplative practices included classical yoga as well as its sister science, Ayurveda. I have a professional interest in Mindfulness. Within the past one year, we have published a study examining Mindfulness and Self-Compassion in people diagnosed with a psychotic disorder and a second study exploring mindfulness as a strategy to enhance resilience in mental health care professionals including Psychiatrists. Currently, I live and work in Melbourne, Australia.”
What are the symptoms of restless leg syndrome and what are the treatment options?
In this video, we’re talking all about restless leg syndrome symptoms, treatment, and what healthcare practitioners should know about restless leg syndrome.
In this video, I’ll explain what melatonin is, how it works, and whether or not you should be taking it.
What exactly is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I)? Can you actually cure insomnia? What is the best treatment for insomnia and sleep issues? In this video with sleep coach Tracy Hannigan, we’re talking all about CBT-i, mindfulness, and how to overcome insomnia for good.
Does blue light cause sleep problems? Or is the effect of blue light on sleep actually a myth? In this video with Professor Michael Gradisar, we’re talking all about the effect of using screens on sleep…and whether or not you should take your TV out of the bedroom.