You probably know her as “Sleep Coach Beth”, from either her Calm And Cozy Book of Sleep
, the Calm And Cozy Podcast
, or her career as a sleep coach. Beth Wyatt has a Facebook group
, too, where people with sleep challenges look to their coach and to each other.
This week’s episode of The Snooze Button
podcast is a long one – and it has to be!
The Coach – Sleep Coach Beth Wyatt
We talk with Beth about what a sleep coach does when sleep doesn’t show up. In addition, we cover meditation, the importance of comfort in sleep, and.. uh.. drawing faces on sleeping people, too. Her new book is less than two months old, and we’re excited to pick Beth’s brain about a variety of sleep concerns.
The Expert – Dr. Atul Malhotra
We’re also answering a listener email this week from Aimy in the UK, who was looking for an expert’s perspective on upper airway resistance syndrome (UARS), with some very specific questions that needed answers. We reached out to arguably the world’s leading expert on sleep-disordered breathing, Dr. Atul Malhotra from the UC San Diego School of …
. Dr. Malhotra is board certified in pulmonary disease, sleep medicine and critical care medicine. (Fun sidebar: Did you know we have a panel of sleep experts who will answer your questions about a variety of sleep issues? And if you come up with something that isn’t in our team’s wheelhouse, we’ll find an expert who can answer your question. Click here for more details.)
The President – Dr. Michael Grandner
And finally, we’re excited to again welcome Dr. Michael Grandner from the University of Arizona
. Michael, newly-minted President-Elect of the Society of Behavioral Sleep Medicine
, keeps an eye on sleep research like nobody we know. He’s been on the show multiple times
to keep us updated. This week, he offers perspective on sleep staging that has changed the way we think about sleep.