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The following are items in the category= SLEEP
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- Poor sleep 1.5 X more likely if less than 20 ng of Vitamin D – Feb 2019
- Shift workers have low vitamin D, poorer sleep, and are more depressed – March 2019
- Sleep fragmentation 2X worse in UK senior women having dark skins – Jan 2019
- Comparing High-dose vitamin D therapies
- Sleep, Vitamin D, B Vitamins, jaw, etc. Dr. Gominak transcript - 2016
- The Optimal Dose - Restore Your Health With the Power of Vitamin D3 - 2018
- Sleep may be regulated by Vitamin D via two pathways – Nov 2018
- Sleep Apnea 1.8 X more likely if poor Vitamin D Receptor – Dec 2018
- Insomnia reduces work performance
- Very short sleep associated with low Vitamin D – Aug 2014
- Children short sleep 12 percent more likely for each 1 ng lower vitamin D at birth – Oct 2018
- Poor sleep 1.5 X more likely if less than 20 ng of Vitamin D – meta-analysis Oct 2018
- Sleep disorders and Autism, TB, etc. (all have low vitamin D) – March 2018
- Omega-3 greatly reduced sleep deprivation problems in rats – June 2018
- Obese elderly with low vitamin D decreases sleeping well by 30 percent and living together by 8 percent – May 2018
- Autism associated with sleep problems
- Sleep half hour longer if OK level of Vitamin D (2-year olds) – April 2018
- Happy Nurses Project gave Omega-3 for 3 months – reduced depression, insomnia, anxiety, etc for a year – RCT July 2018
- Sleep problems cured by vitamin D, etc. – workshops and patient workbooks – Gominak 2018
- The worse the sleep apnea, the lower the vitamin D levels – meta-analysis Dec 2017
- Insomnia treatment 12X less likely to be effective if low vitamin D – Oct 2017
- Sleep Problems in Pregnancy Tied to Premature Births (no surprise, both related to low vitamin D) – Aug 2017
- Vitamin D improves sleep and reduces pain – review of studies - July 2017
- Poor sleep associated with low vitamin D (again) – July 2017
- Sleeps disorders nicely treated by Vitamin D (50,000 IU bi-weekly) – RCT May 2017
- Poor sleep quality in mid-pregnancy 3.5 X more likely if low vitamin D – March 2017
- Sleep problems reduced by vitamin D - Autistics and controls – July 2016
- Obstructive Sleep Apnea reduced by Omega-3 – June 2016
- Sleep Apnea patients – 98 percent had low vitamin D – Feb 2016
- Hypothesis – Vitamin B-12 deficiency is associated with Vitamin D deficiency
- The Better Sleep Vitamin (Vitamin D) – nice 3 dollar book Feb 2015
- 1 night without sleep affects insulin resistance as much as 6 months of high fat diet (vitamin D not mentioned) – Nov 2015
- Hypothesis – reduced circadian rhythms, not vitamin D nor melatonin is the risk factor for many health problems – Sept 2015
- 4.5X more likely to catch a cold if low sleep - hypothesis - due to low vitamin D
- African-Americans with poor sleep have lower levels of vitamin D – Aug 2015
- Sleep, Vitamin D, Vitamin B-12, IBS, Fibromyalgia - Gominak March 2015
- Poor sleep strongly associated with pain in seniors (both associated with low vitamin D) – March 2015
- Longer time to fall to sleep in winter unless eat salmon (vitamin D and Omega-3) – May 2014
- More screen time, less sleep (probably due to less vitamin D) – Feb 2015
- Restless Legs Syndrome dramatically reduced by vitamin D, etc
- Sleep longer if have more vitamin D – Aug 2014
- Vitamin D and Neurologic Disorders (overview of vitamin D) - handout Dr. Gominak April 2013
- Sleep disorders cured by 60-80 ng of vitamin D and some B vitamins – March 2013
- Sleep disorder and nonspecific pain implies low vitamin D, especially if dark skin – March 2013
- Handout on Vitamin D (Hormone D) and sleep - Gominak 2012
- Severe Sleep Loss Reduced Immune System – wonder about vitamin D reduction – July 2012
- 7 improvements in lives of veterans with chronic pain with 50,000 IU vitamin D weekly – June 2012
- Severe sleep apnea increased chance by 4.8 X of cancer death: low vitamin D – May 2012
- Many sleep disorders cured with vitamin D levels of 60 to 80 nanograms – May 2012
- Analysis by a person found that vitamin D at night somewhat disrupts sleep - Feb 2012
- Poor sleep and lack of vitamin D - Nov 2011
- Narcolepsy with Cataplexy was 5X higher if low Vitamin D – May 2011
- Sleep Apnea and vitamin D - Jan 2011
- Exploring sleep problems in children with developmental disabilities BMC March 2018, free PDF
"...autism spectrum disorder ... had higher scores on the night waking, parasomnias (abnormal behavior during sleep), and daytime sleepiness subscales of the questionnaire."
Children with autism spectrum disorder predominantly experience difficulties with night waking and falling asleep
- Fatty Liver and Sleep Apnea are Related NYT Feb 2015
- Sleep-disordered breathing advances cognitive decline in the elderly Neurology J., April 2015
COPD treatment delays cognitive decline in people with COPD by 10 years
Wonder if COPD machines/treatment increase vitamin D levels
- Why We Sleep: The New Science of Sleep and Dreams Mercola Feb 2018
Includes a video interview
20 large-scale studies agree - the shorter your sleep, the shorter your life
...sleeplessness contributes to dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, diabetes, heart disease and obesity.
"Sleep-Deprived Drivers More Dangerous Than Those Under the Influence"
In the spring when we lose one hour of sleep ==> 24 % increase in heart attacks.
In the fall, when we gain one hour of sleep, we see a 21 % decrease in heart attacks
after a single short sleep night (4 hour) natural cancer killer cells — drop by 75 %
- Sleep — Why You Need It and 50 Ways to Improve It Mercola March 2018
No mention of Vitamin D nor Vitamin Bs
- Lack of sleep increases risk of catching a cold by 4X Mercola Sept 2015
Circadian Rhythms, Melatonin, Vitamin D, or what?
- The influence of vitamin D supplementation on melatonin status in patients with multiple sclerosis Aug 2014
Modest (6%) decrease in Melatonin if take an average of 4,400 IU of vitamin D
PDF is behind a paywall. Suspect that they took the vitamin D at or after the evening meal
Far easier to sleep if take the Vitamin D in the morning and Magnesium in the evening
- Vitamin D and Actigraphic Sleep Outcomes in Older Community-Dwelling Men: The MrOS Sleep Study Feb 2015 free text online
- Vitamin D Associations and Sleep Physiology—Promising Rays of Information Feb 2015, free text online
- Vitamin D as an Underlying Factor in Sleep-Related Issues Dec 2012
- A Quiet Drug Problem Among the Elderly NY Times March 2018, nothing about Vitamin D
Insomnia and anti-anxiety drugs such as benzodiazepines = “benzos,” t: Valium (diazepam), Klonopin (clonazepam), Xanax (alprazolam) and Ativan (lorazepam). can be addicting (need increasing dose sizes)
"By 2015, benzo deaths in that age group (>65) had jumped to 431, with more than two-thirds involving an opioid. (Benzo-related deaths in all age groups totaled 8,791.)"
" “z-drugs” — Ambien, Sonata and Lunesta — present similar risks."  Download the PDF from VitaminDWiki
- Ten tips for better sleep Examine.com Sept 2018
Discusses Magnesium, but not Vitamin D nor Omega-3
What happened when I tried the U.S. Army’s tactic to fall asleep in two minutes Oct 2018
Simple visualization and relaxation techniques -Takes 2-6 weeks of practice
- "Sit on the edge of your bed. Make sure only your bedside light is on, your phone is silenced, and your alarm is set for the morning.
- "Now relax your facial muscles. First tighten them up in a wincing motion, and then slowly let your muscles naturally loosen. And let your tongue fall any which way in your mouth."
- "Once your face feels like deflated putty, let gravity pull your shoulders naturally toward the ground. Let your arms dangle too, one side at a time.
- "While doing this, breathe in and out, listening to the sound of your breath. With each breath, let your chest relax further and then let gravity relax your thighs and lower legs."
- "Once your body feels like nothing more than a loosely formed lump of clay, try to clear your mind for 10 seconds. If thoughts come naturally, let them pass–just keep your body loose and limp. After a few more seconds you mind should feel clearer."
- "Now picture one of the following two scenarios: you lying in a canoe in a calm lake with clear blue skies above you; or you in a velvet hammock, gently swaying in a pitch-black room. If you happen to be a person who isn’t great at visualization, you can instead chant the mantra, “Don’t think, don’t think, don’t think” for 10 seconds instead."
Eversleep sleeptracker $200, 2019
Might be a nice way to determin if a treatment is reducing sleep problems
The best thing you can do for your health: sleep well Guardian, Feb 2019, nothing about Vitamin D
- "Sleep is perhaps the greatest legal performance-enhancing 'drug' that few people are taking advantage of"
- "Inadequate sleep for just one week disrupts blood sugar levels so profoundly you would be classified as pre-diabetic"
- Wonder how many people who are diagnosed as prediabetic are just sleep deprived?
- Strikingly, all it takes is one hour of lost sleep, as demonstrated by a global experiment performed on 1.6 billion people across more than 60 countries twice a year, otherwise known as daylight saving times. In the spring, when we lose one hour of sleep, there is a 24% increase in heart attacks the following day. In the autumn, we gain an hour of sleep opportunity, and there is a 21% reduction in heart attacks.
- ... in my research over the past 20 years, we have not been able to find a single major psychiatric condition in which sleep is normal"
- "Studies show that after 22 hours without sleep, human performance is impaired to the same level as that of someone who is legally drunk"
- "After a 30-hour continuous shift, trainee doctors are 73% more likely to accidentally stab themselves with a hypodermic needle or cut themselves with a scalpel, risking a blood-borne infectious disease, compared with their careful actions when adequately rested. And when a doctor finishes a long overnight shift and drives home, their chances of being involved in a car crash are increased by 168% because of insufficient sleep"
Fastcompany March 2019
- "...44% of global adults say their sleep worsened in the last five years, with 8 in 10 claiming they want to improve the situation. However, 60% never sought any medical or professional help for it,"
- "...76% of adults experience at least one listed condition that impacts their sleep, with insomnia (37%) and snoring (29%) topping the list."
- "...U.S. sleep aid market is expected to grow to over $100 billion by 2023"
- "The survey comprised interviews with more than 11,006 respondents in Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Japan, Netherlands, Singapore, South Korea, and the United States."
"In the video above, Rhonda Patrick, Ph.D., a biomedical scientist, interviews professor Matthew Walker, Ph.D., founder and director of the University of California Berkeley’s Center for Human Sleep Science and author of "Why We Sleep: The New Science of Sleep and Dreams."
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