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Mohammad Nami – Sleep and Brain Health for Seniors

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Dr. Mohammad Nami - Sleep and Brain Health for Seniors
Dr. Mohammad Nami – Sleep and Brain Health for Seniors

Do you know that poor sleep habits are the main cause of the increase in mental health problems?

As our lives continue to get busier, sleep becomes less and less of a priority. The consequences are more than just tiredness – poor quality or quantity can lead not only to issues with cognitive function but also an increase in confusion as well as personality changes.

These changes make it difficult for seniors who suffer from these disorders to make good decisions regarding their daily routine.

Also, Poor sleep and mental health go hand-in-hand. Research shows that people who don’t get enough good quality sleep tend to experience more anxiety and depression than those who do. Sleep deprivation is also linked with an increased risk for suicide attempts! So it goes without saying that getting a good night’s rest is crucial for your overall well-being.

Joining me today is Dr. Mohammad Nami, he will share tips on how you can improve your sleeping patterns.
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Bio:

Dr. Mohammad Nami is a highly accomplished neuroscientist. He has published over 150 peer-reviewed papers and book chapters, He also serves as the National Brain-Mapping Lab Advisory Board member for Neuroscience spends his time teaching neuroscience to medical students.

He has been hailed as one of the world’s foremost experts in sleep medicine, with his work being published in numerous journals including The Lancet, Brain Research Reviews, and Neurosurgical Review.

He also serves as the National Brain-Mapping Lab Advisory Board member for Neuroscience. Dr. Nami is a Visiting Professor at the Society for Brain Mapping and Therapeutics and Brain Mapping Foundation, Los Angeles CA. He is also currently enrolled in EWHC at Harvard Medical School, Boston MA where he studies sleep disorders such as narcolepsy or hypersomnia which are characterized by excessive daytime sleepiness due to disrupted nighttime sleep patterns.

Learn more about Dr. Mohammad Nami:
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mohammad-nami-md-phd-23436556/

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