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Best David Cunnington podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best David Cunnington podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Sleep Talk is the place to get quality, evidence-based information on sleep and sleep disorders from experts in the field. Each month Dr Moira Junge (Health Psychologist) and Dr David Cunnington (Sleep Physician) discuss a sleep topic and interview experts in the field as well as highlighting what has caught their eye in the world of sleep.
 
Welcome to Sleep Talk snapshots where we aim to bring you the latest updates in sleep as they occur.
 
With Ian Dunican. A podcast dedicated to education, expansion of knowledge and entertainment for all things related to sleep, recovery and optimal performance. Check us out at www.sleep4performance.com.au
 
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S 4 Ep 1 - Circadian Rhythm and Light Therapy with Dr Myriam Juda Welcome back to Sleep4Performance Radio Season 4! For our first instalment of the new season, we welcome Dr Myriam Juda. Myriam is a Vancouver-based consultant and research psychologist at the Simon Frazer University, specialising in circadian rhythms. With expertise in the sleep-wak…
 
When the weather gets warm it can be harder to sleep. But what does the heat actually do to sleep and what can be done to help sleep better on hot nights? To help answer these questions we talk with Dr Kazue Okamoto-Mizuno from Tohoku Fukoshi Univeristy, Sendai, Japan. Dr Okamoto-Mizuno has researched the relationship between sleep and temperature …
 
Sleep4Performance Radio Special Episode – Fitness and Health with Jason Donaldson For our final instalment of Sleep4Performance Radio in 2019, we welcome back Jason Donaldson. Jason is a highly experienced strength and conditioning coach with over a decade of experience. Having helped thousands of clients, Jason is dedicated to assisting people in …
 
S 3 Ep 12 – Sleep and Mental Health with Dr Michael Grandner Dr. Grandner is the Director of the Sleep and Health Research Program at the University of Arizona (UA), Director of the Behavioural Sleep Medicine Clinic at the Banner-University Medical Centre, and an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the UA College of Medicine, wit…
 
What is social time and what happens when it is out of sync with sun time and our own internal time? Daylight saving time is an example of social time, that can have significant consequences on health. We discuss social time and daylight saving time with Prof Till Roenneberg, researcher and author, who has a long research career in sleep and biolog…
 
Medicinal cannabinoids are being increasingly prescribed for a range of conditions including sleep. Do cannabinoids help sleep? How are they prescribed? We discuss the use of medicinal cannabinoids with Dr Karen Hitchcock, physician and author, who has considerable experience in the use of cannabinoids. Dr Moira Junge (Health Psychologist) and Dr D…
 
S 3 Ep 11 – Dr David Cunnington, Sleep Physician Dr David Cunnington is a specialist sleep physician delivering healthcare to individuals with complex sleep problems and promoting sleep health through education. He is the co-director of Melbourne Sleep Disorders Centre, a multi-disciplinary sleep clinic for the diagnosis and treatment of sleep diso…
 
S4P Radio, Sleep Science Audio Abstract 12: Sleep and Weight Cutting in Combat Sports Athletes In our latest S4P Radio, Audio Abstract we review a new article published in the Journal of Exercise and Nutrition, entitled “The Effect of Water Loading for Acute Weight Loss Following Fluid Restriction on Sleep Quality and Quantity in Combat Sports Athl…
 
Tracking sleep over time can give helpful insights into sleep patterns and ways of improving sleep. This month we discuss the latest technologies for tracking sleep and interesting ways these technologies are being used in research with our guest James Slater from University of Western Australia. Dr Moira Junge (Health Psychologist) and Dr David Cu…
 
Highlights from the Sleep Down Under 2019 meeting in Sydney. For our monthly in-depth podcast Sleep Talk, go to SleepHub.com.au, subscribe via Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcast app, or download the Sleep Talk app from the iOS app store. Links: Sleep DownUnder - conference website Medicinal cannabis use in Australia…
 
Highlights from the Sleep Down Under 2019 meeting in Sydney. For our monthly in-depth podcast Sleep Talk, go to SleepHub.com.au, subscribe via Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcast app, or download the Sleep Talk app from the iOS app store. Links: Sleep DownUnder - conference website Medicinal cannabis use in Australia…
 
Season 3 Ep 10 – Nutrition and Shiftwork with Charlotte Gupta The latest episode of Sleep4Performance Radio welcomes Charlotte Gupta. Charlotte has recently submitted her PhD at the University of South Australia. Her research focuses on shiftwork, fatigue countermeasure, cognitive performance and meal timing. In this episode we discuss diet and nut…
 
What is sleep hygiene? Does it work? Can we be too careful about sleep? We discuss the pros and cons of sleep hygiene and put its role in perspective. Dr Moira Junge (Health Psychologist) and Dr David Cunnington (Sleep Physician) host the monthly podcast, Sleep Talk - Talking all things sleep. Leave a review and subscribe via Apple Podcasts Audio T…
 
Season 3 Ep 9 - Athletes and Sleep with Dr. Meeta Singh In our latest episode of Sleep4Performance Radio, we welcome Dr. Meeta Singh. Meeta is the Service chief of the sleep medicine, and section head and medical director at the Henry Ford sleep laboratory in Michigan. She did her training in psychiatry at the Mayo clinic and a sleep fellowship at …
 
Is sharing a bed with a partner good for sleep? On one level partners can be noisy, move around and be the cause of sleep disruption. But on the other hand, they can provide a sense of security and closeness. This month we discuss the pros and cons of sharing a bed. Dr Moira Junge (Health Psychologist) and Dr David Cunnington (Sleep Physician) host…
 
Sleep4Performance Radio special episode – Esports with Daniel Bonnar and Beau Melia In this special episode we have our biggest cast to date, a 4-way conversation with Daniel Bonnar, Beau Melia, Dr. Ian Dunican and S4P editor/producer Ricky Krstic. Returning for his second appearance on S4P Radio, Daniel Bonnar is a clinical psychologist and Master…
 
S 3 Ep 8 – Sleep and Fatigue Offshore with Vanessa Riethmeister Season 3, Episode 8 of Sleep4Performance welcomes Vanessa Riethmeister. In 2011, Vanessa obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology followed by her Master of Science in Industrial and Organisational Psychology in 2014. In addition to her Psychology degree, Vanessa also compl…
 
Alcohol is commonly used as a sleep aid, but does it really help sleep? We talk with Dr Rowan Ogeil about the impact of alcohol on sleep as well as other health effects. Dr Moira Junge (Health Psychologist) and Dr David Cunnington (Sleep Physician) host the monthly podcast, Sleep Talk, talking all things sleep. Leave a review and subscribe via Appl…
 
Hear the latest updates on sleep research from the Sleep 2019 meeting. In this episode we talk with Dr Simon Frenkel about the latest research in sleep. Dr Moira Junge (Health Psychologist) and Dr David Cunnington (Sleep Physician) host the monthly podcast, Sleep Talk, talking all things sleep. Leave a review and subscribe via Apple Podcasts Audio …
 
Sleep4Performance Radio, Special Episode – Swimming the English Channel with Cyrus Milne In the special episode of Sleep4Performance radio we welcome 17-year-old, Cyrus Milne. Having previously completed the 36 km English Channel Swim in a 4-person team, along with numerous solo events such as the Rottnest Channel Swim (20km swim). and the Port to …
 
Season 3 Ep 7 – Circadian Rhythms with Professor Sean Cain Season 3, Episode 7 of Sleep4Performance welcomes professor Sean Cain from Monash University. Stemming from a background in psychology, neuroscience and behavioural neuroscience, Sean currently works as a circadian biologist specialising in depression and light and is president of the Austr…
 
How does what we eat impact on sleep? What foods or types of diet can help with sleep? To help decipher this complex area we talk to Assoc Prof Marie-Pierre St-Onge, Director Sleep Center of Excellence Columbia University, Irving Medical Center. Dr Moira Junge (Health Psychologist) and Dr David Cunnington (Sleep Physician) host the monthly podcast,…
 
When we eat may be just as important as what we eat for managing obesity and health. We talk to Dr Gerda Pot, Nutritionist from the Louis Bolk Instituut and Kings College London about the emerging field of chrono-nutrition. Dr Moira Junge (Health Psychologist) and Dr David Cunnington (Sleep Physician) host the monthly podcast, Sleep Talk, talking a…
 
S3 Ep 6 - Sleep and Fatigue Research with Dr. Raymond Matthews Season 3, Episode 6 of Sleep4Performance welcomes Dr Raymond Matthews, a sleep and fatigue researcher at the Behaviour-Brain-Body Research Centre at the University of South Australia. Dr Matthews’ research interests in sleep and fatigue stem from a background in military. Dr Matthews co…
 
S4P Radio, sleep science audio abstract review 11: Sleep practices implemented by team sport coaches and sport science support staff. In our latest S4P audio abstract, we look at a new publication from the journal of science and medicine in sport titled “Sleep practices implemented by team sport coaches and sports science support staff: A potential…
 
Is it really normal to sleep for 8 hours undisturbed each night, or is that just an unrealistic expectation? We talk to Darian Leader, author of Why Can't we Sleep? about how people have slept throughout history and how many of our expectations about sleep are driven by social fads. Dr Moira Junge (Health Psychologist) and Dr David Cunnington (Slee…
 
In this special episode of sleep4performance radio we are joined by our good friend Dr. Marc Bubbs. Dr. Marc Bubbs ND, MS(c), CISSN, CSCS is a Naturopathic Doctor, Speaker, Performance Nutrition Lead for Canada Basketball and former Strength Coach. Dr. Bubbs is the author of the new book Peak: The new science of performance that is revolutionizing …
 
Menopause is a time of significant changes in sleep, as well as a range of other symptoms. Why does this occur and how can symptoms be addressed? In this episode we talk with Dr Sonia Davison, Endocrinologist and expert in Women's Health. Dr Moira Junge (Health Psychologist) and Dr David Cunnington (Sleep Physician) host the monthly podcast, Sleep …
 
Sleep problems are common in pregnancy and change as pregnancy evolves. What happens to sleep during pregnancy? What is the best way to deal with sleep through pregnancy? In this episode we tackle these questions with the help of Dr Liora Kempler of Integrated Sleep Health. Dr Moira Junge (Health Psychologist) and Dr David Cunnington (Sleep Physici…
 
Welcome to Season 3 Episode 5. This extended episode brings us Cork based Sport Scientist (B.Sc.) Ciaran O’Regan! Philosopher, fighter, psychologist, strength and conditioning coach—Ciaran is a man of many talents. Ciaran has competed in high-level athletics, rugby, boxing and kickboxing; his interests include Stoicism, Buddhism and Taoism. In this…
 
Season 3, Episode 4 welcomes Oscar Lederman. What was initially meant to be one of our monthly Audio Abstracts, the information presented to us by Oscar was too good to pass up! Having recently completed his PhD at the University of NSW, Oscars thesis gives a great insight on how we can improve the physical and mental health of young people in the …
 
Symptoms of tiredness, fatigue and sleepiness are common in chronic fatigue syndrome. How can these symptoms be addressed and sleep improved in people with fatigue syndromes? In this episode we tackle these questions with the help of Nathan Butler of Active Health Clinic. Dr Moira Junge (Health Psychologist) and Dr David Cunnington (Sleep Physician…
 
After a short hiatus from Audio Abstracts we are back covering some new and interesting literature. In this episode of S4P we cover an article from the Washington Post titled “Weekend ‘catch-up sleep’ is a lie”. The article was written based on a paper called “Ad libitum Weekend Recovery Sleep Fails to Prevent Metabolic Dysregulation during a Repea…
 
Are naps a good idea? How long should naps be? How can you get better at napping? Listen to this episode of Sleep Talk as we tackle these questions with the help of nativist Thea O'Connor of NapNow. Dr Moira Junge (Health Psychologist) and Dr David Cunnington (Sleep Physician) host the monthly podcast, Sleep Talk, talking all things sleep. Leave a …
 
Season 3’s third instalment welcomes Lachlan Giles. With a PhD in physiotherapy and a black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Lachlan is a world-renowned competitor appearing in international Jiu Jitsu competitions such as EBI, Polaris and ADCC. Famous amongst the Jiu Jitsu community, Lachlan also owns and operates Absolute MMA, a world class mixed mart…
 
What are the common sleeping pills used for insomnia? When should they be used and what should you look out for when using sleeping pills? We address these questions and more with the help of Prof Wallace Mendelsen who also discusses the history of using substances to help with sleep, which puts current practice in perspective. Dr Moira Junge (Heal…
 
In this episode I have the privilege of talking with the great Roger Ekirch. Roger was a great guest on the podcast, and it was a joy to talk to Roger about the history of sleep. We discuss the change in how we sleep since the industrial revolution and how we may not sleep so well sleep since the invention of electricity. I really enjoyed this conv…
 
How is sleepiness measured? Can sleepiness from different causes be differentiated? What new tools are being developed? These are questions that come up in clinical practice every day and are important when putting together treatment plans for people with symptoms of hypersomnolence (sleepiness) or hypersomnia disorders. We address these questions …
 
In this episode of S4P we take a look at "Do players and staff sleep more during the pre- or competitive season of elite rugby league?" by Johnpaul Caia, Tannath J. Scott, Shona L. Halson & Vincent G. KellyThis study establishes the sleep behaviour of players and staff during the pre- and competitive seasons of elite rugby league. For seven days du…
 
In this opening episode of Season 3, I speak with Dr John P. Sullivan. John is a Sport Scientist and Clinical Sports Psychologist. He has over twenty years of clinical and scholarly experience, including his work with the New England Patriots in the National Football League (NFL) for sixteen years assisting with the coordination of sport science an…
 
Diagnosed with type 1 in 2001, Bec is passionate about making a positive change in the type 1 community. She holds qualifications in Law and Arts (UWA), a Masters in Public Health (USyd), and a Diploma of Business (Governance). Bec is an Adjunct Research Fellow at Curtin University, a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Community Directors and a …
 
This was an awesome podcast with the great K.Bradford Cooper, AKA Brad Brad's background in his own words.....It's been a fascinating ride over the past 50+ years, with certainly many more opportunities than deserved. I've looked to make the most of each of them be the catalyst in helping others move toward #BetterThanYesterday through optimizing h…
 
What changes in sleep are seen in depression? Is the sleepiness seen in people with depression different from other forms of sleepiness? What can be done to improve sleep disturbance and sleepiness in depression? We address these questions and more with the help of Assistant Prof David Plante from University of Wisconsin and Associate Prof Sean Cai…
 
What really is the relationship between light, the circadian rhythm and mood? How might modern anti-depressants alter that relationship? We address these questions and more with the help of Associate Prof Sean Cain from Monash University. Dr Moira Junge (Health Psychologist) and Dr David Cunnington (Sleep Physician) host the monthly podcast, Sleep …
 
Ian C. Dunican, Jennifer Walsh, Charles C. Higgins, Maddison J. Jones, Kathleen Maddison, John A. Caldwell, Hillman David & Peter R. Eastwood (2018) Prevalence of sleep disorders and sleep problems in an elite super rugby union team, Journal of Sports Sciences, DOI: 10.1080/02640414.2018.1537092 The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence…
 
In this episode we discuss Fatigue, alcohol and performance. This extra long link will allow you to open the paper :) https://www.google.com.au/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=17&ved=2ahUKEwjy9paGiYjeAhUUZt4KHSPnBxw4ChAWMAZ6BAgBEAI&url=https%3A%2F%2Fdspace.library.uu.nl%2Fbitstream%2Fhandle%2F1874%2F10431%2Ffrenkel_97_entropy_face-centred_cu…
 
In this episode we take a look at sleep in a fly in fly out mining operation. Abstract: Good sleep is essential for optimal performance, yet few studies have examined the sleep/wake behaviour of elite athletes. The aim of this study was to assess the impact of early-morning training on the amount of sleep obtained by world-class swimmers. A squad o…
 
In this weeks Audio Abstract Review we we take a look at Sleep or swim? Early-morning training severely restricts the amount of sleep obtained by elite swimmers. Good sleep is essential for optimal performance, yet few studies have examined the sleep/wake behaviour of elite athletes. The aim of this study was to assess the impact of early-morning t…
 
In this weeks episode we take a look at a review paper on Cannabis, Cannabinoids, and Sleep: a Review of the Literature. You can access the full paper here via ths link https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/28349316/ The current review aims to summarize the state of research on cannabis and sleep up to 2014 and to review in detail the literature on…
 
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