Why are we revisiting it?
Why do we sleep? Why is it important to understand the role sleep plays?
Dr. Walker address sleep as it relates to cardiovascular disease, dementia, weight loss, fertility, and gain, immune system and cancer.
4 pillars of sleep
Study: Healthy middle aged adults tracked for 5yr and tracked sleep (associational/longitudinal /prospective study)
Comparing 7hr sleep or less VS 7hr sleep or more (associational studies again in humans) Amyloid build up.
The mechanism that underlies that causal relationship between sleep and alzhiemers has been demonstrated in human studies and has been demonstrated acutely in a 24hr period.
IMMUNE SYSTEM AND CANCER
Cytotoxic T cell decreased after one night of under 4 hours of sleep
WHO and shift work as carcinogen
We have touched upon this.
Many mechanisms by which less sleep leads to weight gain and makes it hard to lose weight
When you control for EVERYTHING else, people gain weight with sleep deprivation.
Studies show that when you are losing weight, if also sleep deprived you lose fat AND muscle versus more fat and preserved muscle when rested.
How Much Sleep Do you Need
Simply Health ME E85 - Decision Fatigue
Simply Health ME E84 - Exercise for Fat Loss "Ditch the Cardio"
Simply Health ME E84 - End of Life
Simply Health ME E83 Vegetable Oils
Simply Health ME E82 - Blue Zones
Simply Health ME E81 - Injury and Recovery
Simply Health ME E80 - Appetite
Simply Health ME E79 - Body Image
Simply Health ME E78 - Listen Questions Jan 28
Simply Health ME E77 - Emotional Eating
Simply Health ME E76 - Facts we learned this week
Simply Health ME E75 - Serotonin
Simply Health ME - E74 Cortisol
Simply Health ME E73 - Testosterone
Simply Health ME E72 - Loneliness
Simply Health ME E71- Grand Rounds with Dr. Sam Madore and Dr. Emory Liscord
Simply Health ME - E70 Grand Rounds on the Ketogenic Diet
Simply Health ME - E69 Growth Mindset
Simply Health ME - E68 Revisiting FATS
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