Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains the importance of sleep to an individual’s health. Long-haul truck driver Glenn Keller suffers from a treatable sleep disorder. Stanford University’s William Dement opened the first sleep disorders clinic.
Gupta describes common sleep disorders and the risks associated with sleep deprivation. Danielle Hulshizer suffers from idiopathic hypersomnia; for her, the feeling of sleepiness never wears off. She receives treatment from David Rye at the Emory Sleep Center in Atlanta.
Gupta undergoes a sleep study at Emory Sleep Center and reviews his results with Dr. Rye. Keller learns that he still has sleep apnea, but it has improved thanks to the effort he has put into weight loss.
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In this episode of Vital Signs explores the importance of sleep. The way we sleep affects our health well-being, and our every waking hour. Join Dr. Sanjay Gupta as he studies his own sleep habits and learns what we can all do to start sleeping better.
Length: 24 minutes
Copyright date: ©2015
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