In this podcast, Dr. Matt and I discuss the importance of sleep.  We cover why getting sleep is so important for a healthy body, tips on falling asleep and staying asleep, and why tucking yourself in before 11 pm is crucial for quality sleep.  It’s all on the podcast!  Also, be sure to subscribe to all of the podcasts on my blog home page.

Matt Angove, ND received his medical training at Bastyr University the premier medical school for natural health training and one of only four fully accredited naturopathic doctorate schools.

He did his undergraduate studies at Oral Robert’s University, where he received a Bachelor of Science in Health & Exercise Science with pre-medicine emphasis.  Before transferring to Oral Robert’s after his sophomore year he attended Warner Pacific College where along with nutrition studies also played basketball and ran for the cross country team.

You can learn more about Dr Angove and what he does at angovefamilymedicine.com

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  • Reply
    Ervina Wu, L.Ac
    February 22, 2016 at 7:56 pm

    Awesome topic Suzi!
    Lack of quality sleep is an epidemic. Sleep questions constitute an important part of our intake with patients, you’d be surprised that people are not aware of their health problems are related to their lack of good, restful sleep.

    Sleeping before 11 PM – 1 AM also corresponds to the the gallbladder – liver time in Chinese Medicine philosophy, totally important to get beautiful skin, bright eyes and vibrant health.

    Thanks for doing this great podcast!

    • Reply
      February 24, 2016 at 2:49 pm

      Thanks Ervina for listening! Sleep is so important and easily overlooked. 🙂

  • Reply
    February 26, 2016 at 7:49 am

    I just found your podcast and love it. Tons of great info – thanks to you and Dr. Matt!
    A couple of topics I’d love to hear about in the future are eczema (particularly for babies and kids and natural options to prescription creams and how to uncover triggers) and more about hormones postpartum (creating and caring for little ones feel very demanding on the body).

    Can’t wait to hear more, keep up the great work!

    • Reply
      February 26, 2016 at 11:26 am

      Hi Cam, thank you! I’ll definitely keep those topics in the mix. Thanks for listening!

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