MyNDTALK - Doctor - Why Did I Get Sick?

Friday, December 4, 2015
Doctor - Why Did I Get Sick?

This conversation is a must listen for professionals, teachers, parents, and healthcare providers. Dr. Roger Washington discusses how lack of sufficient sleep affects how we feel, how we think, and how we can stay healthy. ... For 30 years, Roger W. Washington, MD has studied why people get sick when they do. It turns out the cause of sickness is rather simple. In Lack of Sufficient SLEEP MATTERS: Decode The Root Cause of Your Illness, Dr. Washington gives the listeners the tools to understand why sickness often occurs after "stressful" circumstances. - How lack of sufficient sleep is the
cause of diseases such as migraines, IBS, PMS, fibromyalgia, and neuropathy. - How the onset of diabetes, which is supposedly genetic and environmental, could be delayed or even prevented with proper sleep patterns. A fascinating conversation to be sure!

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