Dr Michael Breus was featured in the January/February issue of Best Health Magazine. In the feature titled “Timing is Everything” Dr Breus discusses the premise that there are good and bad times to do everything in your life.
Dr. Michael Breus was featured in the “Health” section of MensHealth.com. The feature entitled, “Are Night Owls Unhealthy?” debunked the myth that staying up late is less healthy than going to bed early. Dr. Breus stated, “For most people, 8 hours straight is 8 hours straight. The old saying that sleep before midnight is better than sleep after midnight does not seem to have any real science behind it.” The feature credited Dr. Breus as the author of The Sleep Doctor’s Diet Plan: Lose Weight Through Better Sleep.
Dr. Michael Breus was featured in the “Wellness” section of Giada Weekly, which went live on March 10, 2014. In the feature interview entitled, “Sleep Tight,” Dr. Breus discussed methods for getting better quality and more sleep. Dr. Breus stated, “As you become sleep deprived, your hormones become out of sync. This can have an effect on your ability to lose weight, or it can even make you gain weight. It makes exercise seem more difficult, it can impact your ability to operate a vehicle, and it can place you and loved ones in significant danger.”
The feature credited Dr. Breus as a sleep expert and included links to Dr. Breus’ sleep improving recipes for Banana Tea and Tart Cherry Smoothie. The feature also included the link to Dr.Breus’ website and Twitter account.
Dr. Michael Breus was featured in the “Health” section of CNN.com, which went live on March 11, 2014. In the feature entitled, “How Dangerous is Sleep Deprivation, Really?” Dr. Breus discussed the possible health risks associated with not getting enough sleep and provided tips for getting more sleep. Dr. Breus stated, “Sleep deprivation is the single most dangerous aspect of any sleep disorder, because you have no idea that you are compromised cognitively, physically and emotionally.”
The feature credited Dr. Breus as a sleep expert and as an Upwave reviewer and originally aired on Upwave.com. The feature also included a link to his Upwave profile, which included a color headshot and his bio.
Dr. Michael Breus was featured in the “Health & Beauty” section of TotalBeauty.com, which went live on January 13, 2014. In the feature entitled, “Position Yourself for Better Sleep,” Dr. Breus discussed the pros and cons to sleeping on your back, stomach, and side. Dr. Breus stated, “Sleeping on your back is the ideal position, because it displaces your weight and puts less strain on your skeletal frame.”
Dr. Michael Breus was featured in the November 2013 issue of Spry Magazine. In the feature entitled, “Be a Better Quitter,” Dr. Breus identified possible causes for nightmares and provided solutions for treating them. Dr. Breus stated, “A drug interaction (two medicines together, or a glass of wine before taking a medication) could be a culprit. Certain antidepressant medications can reduce the frequency of nightmares by reducing your amount of REM sleep.”
Dr. Michael Breus was featured in the “Lifestyle” section of Shape.com, which went live on December 30, 2013. In the feature entitled, “25 Experts Reveal the Best Advice to Achieve Any Goal” Dr. Breus provided his expert advice on how to be successful with goals. Dr. Breus stated, “Break things into manageable steps. The big picture is important, but making sure you don’t get overwhelmed along the way makes a difference.”
Dr. Michael Breus was featured in the “The Cut” section of NYMAG.com, which went live on November 5, 2013. In the feature entitled “7 ‘Natural’ Sleep Aids for Insomnia” Dr. Breus discussed insomnia and “natural” sleep aids to tackle insomnia. Dr. Breus stated, “There are many different flavors of insomnia. There’s the I-can’t-fall-asleep kind; there’s the I-can’t-stay asleep; there’s the I-wake-up-too-early; there’s insomnia associated with anxiety. We don’t have enough specific meds out there to target insomnia appropriately. That’s really what medicine is looking for.”
Dr. Michael Breus was featured in the “Women” section of KnowMore.tv, which went live on October 31, 2013. In the feature entitled, “5 Tips How to ‘Fall Back’ Without Falling Apart” Dr. Breus discussed daylights saving time and tips on how to manage your mood for Fall back. Dr. Breus stated, “Time changes and disruption of sleep can affect our ability to make good decisions, wreak havoc with our emotions and exacerbate symptoms of anxiety and depression.”
Dr. Michael Breus was featured in the “Well Informed” section of the September 2013 issue of Experience Life Magazine. In the feature entitled, “A Good Night’s Sleep” Dr. Breus discussed melatonin and how melatonin supplements can help regulate things. Dr. Breus stated, “Melatonin is a sleep regulator, not a sleep initiator. Meaning it will tell your body clock it is nighttime, but it will not increase the drive for sleep.”
Dr. Michael Breus was featured in the “Health + Fitness” section of womansday.com, which went live on September 10, 2013. In the feature entitled, “10 Bizarre Things Your Body Does While You Sleep,” Dr. Breus discussed your body temperature dropping while you sleep. Dr. Breus stated, “Just before you fall asleep, your core body temperature begins to decrease,” says Michael Breus, PhD, a clinical psychologist and sleep specialist in Scottsdale, AZ, and author of The “Sleep Doctor’s Diet Plan: Lose Weight Through Better Sleep.”