The Doctors July 29, 2014 Recap
The Doctors had a great show July 29, talking about issues ranging from an unusual way to get to sleep called the Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response, answers for excessive gas, talking to a woman with a REM movement disorder, dangers of not getting enough sleep, the potentially harmful effects of taking melatonin, and a definition of a new health concern called third hand smoke.
The Drs: Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response & Worst Time For the ER?
The Doctors began by talking about a very unusual way to get to sleep. It’s called the Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response and it says that simple sounds like crayons sliding together or water pouring into a cup can help us sleep. Is there any truth to this? Plus, what’s the worst time for the ER?
The Doctors: Excessive Gas, Shreddies Review & Underwear Traps Gas
A woman asked The Doctors for help with an embarrassing problem: she had extremely excessive gas. The Doctors helped her out and discussed a carbon-lined underwear that traps gas and keeps it there by your butt until you take off the underwear. Move over granny panties, there’s a new unflattering undergarment in town!
The Doctors: REM Movement Disorder & Stop Thrashing In Your Sleep
The Doctors helped a woman with a REM movement disorder that causes her to thrash violently in her sleep.
The Doctors: Melatonin Natural Sources + Melatonin Hypnotic Effect
Is taking melatonin supplements a good way to help people fall asleep naturally? The Doctors investigate.
The Doctors: Types Of Insomnia & Dangers Of Not Getting Enough Sleep
The Doctors discussed the different types of insomnia and the dangers of not sleeping enough.
The Doctors: What’s Third-Hand Smoke? Charley Horse Instant Relief
We all know about secondhand smoke, but what’s thirdhand smoke, and why is it so dangerous for children?