Sleeping with technology on the Brains Byte Back podcast

September 30, 2019


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Grab a pillow and turn off your smartphone (unless you’re using it to listen to this podcast obviously), because in this episode you will learn how to use or avoid the right technology to get a better night’s sleep.

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Our guests this week are Dr. Richard Shane, who has more than 25 years of experience treating insomnia and sleep difficulties. He has conducted research with police departments, fire departments, commercial airline pilots and the general public to address serious safety and health issues associated with sleep difficulties.

In addition to this, he is the developer of the Sleep Easy method which, through clinically-proven treatment, demonstrated an 81.6% efficacy rate. 

In addition to Dr. Shane, we are also joined by Jon Mitchella medically trained Functional Medicine Physician Assistant turned health consultant, who hosts 1-on-1s with clients to help them reverse disease and optimize their wellbeing. He achieves this by enhancing patients’ home environments, with a heavy focuses on mitigating the negative health effects of certain technologies. 

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And for our Tech this out feature, where we look at tech predictions from the past, we have a video from 1966 of children sharing their predictions of the future in the year 2000. There are some great predictions in there, with a real mixture of funny, dark and optimistic predictions, so take a listen. 

Dr. Shane’s PDF for better sleep:

Reducing EMFs in Your Life, Home and Bedroom to Make Your Bedroom a Sleep Sanctuary


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