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In this episode, Dr. Carolyn Dolan shares her research on the importance of sleep. How much sleep should you be getting? How does sleep play a role in your body’s ability to heal? Dr. Dolan has done extensive research on sleep. She has worked with patients from all walks of life with varying sleep schedules to understand what our body is doing while it’s sleeping?
When we think of historical catastrophes and their aftermaths, many images may come to mind. Some might imagine 9/11. In 2019 we began to experience a global pandemic. The aftermaths to these crises often depict images of people fleeing in a mass exodus from whatever is posing an imminent threat.
In 1970, the Tony Award-Winning Musical Company hit Broadway, and Elaine Stitch introduced us to the song “The Ladies Who Lunch,” written and composed by Stephen Sondheim. Her character, Joanne, expresses his lyrics that mock women who waste their middle-aged lives without a sense of purpose beyond… lunch.
In 2012, Dr. Carolyn Dolan wasn’t happy with her health. She was experiencing chronic fatigue, chronic pain, chronic sinus infections, and was overweight. Her journey led her to better overall health. Radically Resilient Health is a podcast where Dr. Dolan shares her journey.