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Sleep Medicine Disorders Educational Films

Sixteen Sunrises & Sunsets
Documentary Short

Multi-Award Winning Documentary exploring on-going clinical sleep medicine research on earth and on the International Space Station, with NASA Images. The astronauts face a unique challenge to minimize disruptive performance and circadian shifts due to their sixteen sunrises and sunsets within a 24-hour period. With over 80 classifications of sleep disorders and more than 70 million Americans suffering from them, continued sleep medicine research is critical both here on earth and in space.

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Dramatic Short Film & Music Video

Multi-Award Winning Short Film about a teenage girl’s journey in her quest to find an answer for her unusual and terrifying medical symptoms. Her condition is narcolepsy with cataplexy, a disease that affects an estimated 1 in every 2000 people in the United States alone.

You Won’t Define Me
Music Video

Multi-Award Winning Music Video which serves as the soundtrack for the film REM, which speaks to the daily struggles of a person diagnosed with Narcolepsy. It is included on the REM DVD.

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Guidelines for Better Sleep

  • Follow a regular schedule of going to bed and waking up in the morning all week long. Do not “sleep in” on weekends or holidays.
  • Avoid daytime naps, Avoid drinking caffeine containing beverages such as coffee, tea or colas after 7:00 p.m. Chocolate also contains caffeine.
  • Make sure your sleeping environment is comfortable. This includes having a quiet room, a comfortable bedroom temperature and a comfortable bed.
  • Use your bed only for sleep or intimacy with your significant other.
  • Do not eat meals in bed or conduct business from bed.
  • Do not watch TV or read in bed if you experience any problems falling or staying asleep.
  • Associate your bed with sleeping, relaxation and comfort.
  • Engage in moderate exercise in the early part of the day; try to avoid strenuous physical activity within three hours of going to sleep.
  • Develop a positive attitude about sleep.
  • Get out of bed and engage in a relaxing activity if you are unable to fall asleep within 15 to 20 minutes of turning out the lights.
  • Do not use your time in bed to worry about problems. Sleep is not something that you can accomplish by “hard work.” It will occur naturally if you allow it to.

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