The Drs: Better Sleep Tips
The Doctors shared that one in three people have at least some form of mild insomnia. Some people will try to make up for missed sleep on the weekends, or will even lose sleep on the weekends, which will disrupt your sleep cycle. That’s why it’s better to keep the same sleep schedule every night of the week. Try to keep your bedtime and wake time the same, and Dr Travis Stork suggested happy hour if you do want to go out.
You should also be aware of caffeine, because 8-10 hours after your last cup you can have half the amount of caffeine still in your system. “System” was the word of the day and you can use the word system to enter for a chance to win a queen size recharge hybrid mattress from Beauty Rest.
The Drs: Kim Kardashian Health Crisis
The Doctors then shared their News in 2:00, sharing that on a recent episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, it was revealed that health issues could put Kim’s life at risk with any future pregnancies. The issue stems from a condition called placenta accreta, where the placenta attaches abnormally to the uterus. Kim’s doctors recommended surrogacy and her sisters and mom quickly offered up Kourtney’s womb, but Kim refused. Clips were shown of Kim rolling into surgery on a gurney to correct the situation.
The Drs: Fish Oil Warning
The Doctors then shared that in recent years, the nutritional supplement industry has been scrutinized for product safety as well as effectiveness and quality. A new study out of the Netherlands Cancer Institute claims that fatty acids found in fish and fish oil could significantly impede the effects of chemotherapy. The National Institutes of Health says that even for healthy people, high doses of fish oil can cause nausea and a lower immune response. People are calling for more studies.
The Drs: Terra Jole Giving Birth
Little Women: L.A. will feature a special series of Terra Jole giving birth and welcoming their new baby after a high-risk pregnancy.
The Drs: Cruise Ship Safety
The Doctors then shared that within just a minute, you can prevent your family from getting sick before you even set sail on a cruise. You can check your cruise ship‘s inspection scores, because cruise ships are subject to health and safety inspections twice a year. A search before you book your trip could save you a lot of trouble!