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Coronavirus Epidemic Update 18: Cellphone Tracking, Increase in Hospitalizations, More Sleep Tips

February 14, 2020

welcome to another MedCram coronavirus
update let’s take a look at the numbers since the updated criteria for the
diagnosis has gone to just a lung scan and a clinical history consistent with
coronavirus 64,000 436 total deaths 1383 total recovered is six thousand eight
hundred eighty six about five times the total deaths is the total recovered
let’s take a look at the world of meter and we can see here total cases outside
of China have kind of remained constant because there hasn’t been that
redefinition causing a slew of new cases let’s take a look at see what’s going on
inside China or total cases overall if we look down here at new cases there’s
been a dramatic drop in the number of new cases probably because there was a
number of cases that were reclassified we’ll have to watch this and see how
things go now remember what we’re talking about these total cases is based
on the number of people presenting to hospitals that can get work done on them
based on some reports that we’ve been seeing especially out in New York Times
there’s been a crackdown and a rounding up of people and holding them in
quarantine and not getting the medical treatment that they need some people of
course too scared to go and not wanting to get treatment and so it’s unclear
exactly how many people are not being counted here but it’s apparent that this
is still being under counted in terms of total deaths there has been a jump and
that doesn’t seem to be cooling off anytime soon unfortunately for the same reason why the total number
of cases may be underestimated the total deaths may be underestimated as well on
the worldA meter latest updates for February 14 we see that there’s a report
from Hebei province for yesterday that there was four thousand eight hundred
and twenty three new cases including three thousand and ninety five that were
clinically diagnosed we can see here that the testing was just kind of under
estimating those chronically a hundred and sixteen new deaths and eight
clinically diagnosed so we can see that the clinical diagnosis addition to the
count is greatly influencing the number of new cases whereas it’s not affecting
the number of deaths as much total human of cases we can see here that five
thousand three hundred and eighty four were clinically diagnosed we talked
about that what’s interesting here is that thirty six thousand are currently
hospitalized that’s an incredible amount of people that are hospitalized and you
can see here that seventy three percent so the vast majority of them are in mild
condition whereas eight thousand are in serious condition and about four point
six percent are in critical condition there’s a number of people that are
undergoing medical observation because of either their contact or other
symptoms that they may have two new cases in Japan one of them being a
surgeon at a hospital who developed a fever and in still continue to work as
usual and saw patients for three days so that’s probably gonna have to be
followed up on as well okay I want to discuss three things today I want to
talk about the New England Journal of Medicine article that actually we
referenced back at the end of January want to talk about cell phones in China
and I also want to talk just briefly about sleep and circadian rhythms and
some more reading so first of all let’s talk about the New England Journal of
Medicine so there was this article that was published in the New England Journal
talking about a visitor from Wuhan China who visited in Germany for a business
meeting and it was reported in the New England Journal of Medicine that this
woman who came over was asymptomatic and when she flew back to China she
developed symptoms of fever and the symptoms of the corona virus had later
tested positive and when they test heard her friends that were at the business
meeting in Germany they had already become sick
and then got better and they tested positive for coronavirus and it was
touted at that time that this was evidence that coronavirus could be
spread even though the patients were asymptomatic well as it turns out
there’s been a correction on this new in Journal of Medicine case and we’ll post
a link in the description what they found out was that before they printed
they had not actually reached out to this index case from China and discussed
with her if she actually had symptoms they reported that she was asymptomatic
but in reality she actually was symptomatic in fact she was taking
medications to suppress a fever and was having very mild symptoms but was having
them nevertheless so what does this mean does this mean that coronavirus does not
shed when the patient is asymptomatic no there’s still people that believe that
and they may be correct all it means is that you can’t use this New England
Journal of Medicine case to support that theory so I think that’s an important
distinction that needs to be made and it tells us that we’ve got to be careful in
this world of rapid information that we get it right before we spread the
information because spreading false information can have consequences the
other thing I want to mention with cell phones we will link to a article also in
The New York Times about what they are doing right now in China in terms of
cell phone use of course in China they have three cell phone providers that are
run by the government and wherever you go of course that phone is GPS right so
if you go to any particular province it’s gonna keep track of that on the
phone well what they’ve currently worked out through these phone companies is if
you text a particular number to them it will show on the phone right in front of
you exactly which provinces in China you have been in in the last two weeks one
month however they want to do it and they just list it and so what’s going on
now is people are coming in to various places to various checkpoints the
customs agents the military personnel who are enforcing these banned
are actually asking people as they come off to text on their phone exactly this
number and up there will pop where they have been in the last month or so and of
course if Luhan is on there or specific province that Wuhan is in pops up there
in some cases not letting them go and they’re redirecting them so I thought
I’d make you aware of that the last thing I want to talk about real quickly
is circadian rhythms now there’s been a lot of questions and what I’m really
trying to do is balance how much we talk about the virus and how much we talked
about sleep and this is the reason why I’m really gung-ho here about sleep
number one is according to the studies that we’ve talked about in our last
updates you can prevent getting the cold with sleeping appropriately up to five
times imagine if I could tell you that if you took this pill
you could reduce the chances of you getting the corona virus by 80% that
would be an amazing way of curtailing the arnott’s or the spread factor of
corona virus and that’s what we’re seeing
not necessarily the corona virus but in Rhino virus and so I think this is
actually significant enough in a discussion of what we can do practically
so in that vein of things there’s been a lot of comments specifically about some
things that I wanted to talk about shift workers circadian rhythm lights and
insomnia first of all shift workers I know there’s a lot of health care
workers that work night shift so that’s like going in at 7 p.m. and getting home
at 7 a.m. or 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. etc here’s the key about shift workers if you’re
gonna do shift work it’s better to always do shift work and not go back
between day and night that’s number one so stay at same shifts the reason why
this is important is because of the second thing we’re going to talk about
and that is your circadian rhythm if you don’t do that you confuse your body
circadian rhythm number two is make sure that your nights
are days and that your days are nights in other words if you’re going to be up
at night make sure that it is bright where you work at night it’s also very
helpful sometimes to take naps when you’re working if your job allows for
that even a 15 to 20 Neb can be very restful number three if
you’re a shift worker and you get home make sure you go to sleep right away as
soon as you get home don’t go out shopping don’t do the kids laundry don’t
go work outside go to sleep and make sure that the room is dark to make sure
that the curtains are sealed make sure the window is sealed you are working
different shift from what the rest of the world is doing but you still need
your sleep and so what you need to do is get your
circadian rhythm on a completely different cycle and that way you’re
gonna get your sleep the problem occurs is when you want to be one way on the
weekends and the other way during the week that doesn’t work so number four
continue your routine on the weekend I’m gonna put a link into the American
Academy of Sleep Medicine website that gives very very good tips on not only
shift workers but people who have other issues with their sleep so the other
thing I want to talk about affects all of us is circadian rhythm and light so
there’s two cycles that have to be in perfect harmony in your body for you to
get the great night’s sleep number one is the homeostatic and this is just a
funny word that tells you basically as you are awake more and more and more you
start to become increasingly more and more and more sleepy as you sleep more
and more you start to become more and more and more rested it’s just like
eating and hunger the more you eat the less hungry you are the longer you go
without eating the more hungry you are and that’s pretty easy to understand but
there is a bedtime that we have and there’s a wake time that we have and so
the other one is circadian and this is what happens when you go on a jet plane
and go to a different time zone and you get off there’s a certain circadian
rhythm that occurs and when both of these are combined together the perfect
thing happens is you are asleep until the morning and then you wake up and
then you are awake until the evening and then you go to sleep and what makes you
go to sleep all of a sudden which makes you get tired around ten o’clock
normally or 11 o’clock normally is the combination of the drive to go to sleep
and the drive to stay awake finally goes away and both of those combined for you
to go to sleep the is that the circadian rhythm can be
shifted either to the left advanced or to the right
delayed and what is it that can shift circadian rhythm it’s light and this is
the thing that is the bane of our existence as people who look at
electronic equipment whether it’s coming from a TV screen a cell phone whether
it’s coming from the lights in our house all of those things at that time of the
night when we should be going to bed especially blue light is going to delay
your circadian rhythm so that you become tired later and later and later and so
what happens is you stay up later and later and later and you don’t feel tired
until later and later and later but you still have to get up in the morning to
beat the traffic to get into work which starts at 8:00 or 9:00 or whatever it
starts and so that squeezes the amount of time that you have to go to bed and
to get the sleep so by eliminating light at night the light that causes this
delay in your circadian rhythm is particularly from blue light but bright
light exposure at the beginning of your day when you’re starting to get up in
the morning has the opposite effect and it can actually advance your circadian
rhythm so what I tell my patients is that if they have a situation where
they’re going to bed very very late because they don’t feel sleepy until
they go to bed very late and they love to sleep until eight or nine or ten kind
of like my teenager what they need to do is advance their circadian rhythms so
what I tell them to do make sure that they’re exposing their eyes to nice
bright lights around 7:00 or 8:00 in the morning and to avoid light exposure late
in the evening let’s talk really briefly about insomnia so some people have an
issue with going to bed and for those of you who have a separate room where your
bed is as compared to other parts of your house this works but many many
people have this situation where they feel tired they’re in the kitchen and as
soon as they go into the bedroom now they are wide awake they can’t go to
sleep and they become very concerned about their insomnia and there’s a
number of issues going on here it has to do with classical conditioning
things like Pavlov’s dogs that you may have heard of in experiments and the
situation is that you’ve got your bedroom and there are things in your
bedroom that you have associated with insomnia and so that comes to your mind
as soon as you go into the bedroom and you can’t sleep because you see these
things that you’ve associated with yourself in your brain for many many
times that you can’t sleep when you’re in this bedroom and it’s sort of like a
performance anxiety and it’s because you’ve associated that bedroom with your
inability to perform and the performance that you need to do in that bedroom is
sleep so what do you do if you cannot sleep in your bed you should leave your
bedroom and go to another part of the house and associate that other part of
the house with inability to sleep we want your bedroom to be associated with
you sleeping so in the same vein if it’s possible and you have insomnia you need
to toss out other things in that bedroom that aren’t there for sleep so in other
words if you have a TV in your bedroom you should get rid of it if you read in
your bedroom if you work in your bedroom you should get rid of it essentially
there’s only two things you should be doing in that bedroom and one of them is
sleeping so that when you go into that bedroom you are going to associate that
very very strongly with sleep and you’re going to eliminate the feeling of
performance anxiety because you’re not going to be associating that bedroom
with inability to sleep because you will be getting out of bed and going to
another part of the house until you are ready to go back to sleep the reason why
people get this is because they watch videos like mine and they get the wrong
impression they say ah I must go to sleep earlier I must get more sleep and
so they go to bed earlier when the circadian rhythm is not ready for them
to go to sleep or they say I’m gonna sleep in this morning even though it’s
nine ten o’clock and it’s time for them to get up and their circadian rhythm is
saying get up but they stay in bed and they can’t sleep and when they can’t
sleep they become more anxious and when they become more anxious they associate
that with the bedroom and that causes the issues so if this sounds interesting
to you I want to direct you to our website med cram comm where there is a
free course on insomnia that I’ve recorded previously and you’ll find a
lot of other courses that will be very helpful in explaining chronic
illnesses and medical conditions next week I will be at a medical conference
but I hope to continue the updates next week so thanks for joining us


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  • Reply Celtic Highlander&AHook February 14, 2020 at 8:37 pm

    Very interesting thankyou.
    I use black out curtains when im winding down for bed in summer here its light very very late at one point for couple weeks all night. I worked nightshifts so bad for your health so many of us ended up developing sight problems because of it. I had chronic ptsd also had years of horrific insimnia still having to work durting the ptsd meant i was so so sleep deprived. ended up with cancer,

  • Reply SqueaksUofA February 14, 2020 at 8:39 pm

    The Japanese Surgeon incident should be very concerning. 3 days of patients, good luck tracking down all those contacts.

  • Reply absurdist February 14, 2020 at 8:39 pm

    Thanks for sharing and putting the work into compiling the information!

  • Reply alm noor February 14, 2020 at 8:43 pm


  • Reply DammitJanet February 14, 2020 at 8:44 pm

    i sleep well , but when i cant fall asleep in 5min i get up and leave the room . it works . dont stew . thanks doc

  • Reply Lemuel Pitkin February 14, 2020 at 8:45 pm

    What does it mean that a plague carrier goes to a foreign nation while suppressing signs of sickness? And that this has happened many times now?

  • Reply Jonathan February 14, 2020 at 8:45 pm

    Would you be willing to make some pointers on assisting those with say, Narcolepsy with or without Cataplexy?

  • Reply Am Say February 14, 2020 at 8:46 pm

    Not often, but sometimes I wake up in the night (e.g. visit bathroom). Going to sleep again can take a while sometimes. I do not stay in the mindset that tells me that I have to sleep. Instead, I will relax, just going to bed to relax. I visualise a hammock between two trees in a summer garden and pretend I am in it. Or lying on an air mattress floating on a big lake. Just relaxing, who needs sleep… Sooner than you'll think you are back asleep.

  • Reply Gleb Shevelev February 14, 2020 at 8:47 pm

    Wow! Thanks!

  • Reply Self Reliant Living February 14, 2020 at 8:48 pm

    What about taking sleeping pills?

  • Reply Tovah Romanov February 14, 2020 at 8:48 pm

    Are these deaths in China? According to WHO, China has run out of tests.

  • Reply André Balsa February 14, 2020 at 8:49 pm

    First, thank you for your videos about the coronavirus, I have watched them all and I believe they are one of the best online sources of information on the matter.
    Second, I would like to know your thoughts about remdesivir, which has been used to rid a patient in Bordeaux, France, of the coronavirus. This patient was just released from hospital "with no traces of the virus in his body".

  • Reply Roamin' Emperor February 14, 2020 at 8:51 pm

    I can work 4 x 12 hour shifts. Have two days off (one really if you sleep the first day). Start at 0400 hours the next day for 12 hours, then do one night shift after that. Then days off. This is how its been for the last 6 years. Our departmental (dick) heads are wondering why so many staff are off sick so often.

  • Reply Zeide Erskine February 14, 2020 at 8:53 pm

    Japan seems to have community transmission that is probably underreported due to testing criteria.

  • Reply chris malcomson February 14, 2020 at 8:54 pm

    As far as I can tell the spike in infected people came about because they moved from waiting for bloodwork to diagnose to a CAT scan, which is quicker…

    I guess in this case, having a repressed society has its advantages for tracking the movement of the virus…

  • Reply bokelund917 February 14, 2020 at 8:55 pm

    Damn i have to change my circadian rhythm completely every week for work, i must have very bad immune system 🙁

  • Reply Angelo Salvador February 14, 2020 at 8:56 pm

    Can you talk about shipments and containers coming from China? (Not only to the US but to the rest of the world)

  • Reply Mike OZ February 14, 2020 at 8:56 pm

    No-one knows the REAL numbers! No-one!

  • Reply abb b February 14, 2020 at 8:58 pm

    They keep it to 2% , want to see the cruise percentage, they get the best care btw, with to much people not possible. Shows how fast it spreads, probably lot of old people not representative.

  • Reply JesusTheSavior February 14, 2020 at 8:59 pm

    People please please stooop flying unless you have to get to your families stop!!!!! Ppl we should all call our airports and complain about it i did it and is angering that their answer was so lame!!!!!!! They are still flying in and out!!!

     I just sent a messge to the White House requesting to stop flights to & from China,  i told them that we are very concern for our children in USA, i encourage you to do the same.

  • Reply SHEILA ZIMMERMAN February 14, 2020 at 9:00 pm

    What about having no trouble falling asleep, the problem is staying asleep 😴

  • Reply trimvim February 14, 2020 at 9:00 pm

    Fine Vid – thanks Deeply important is proper information. Good example from NEJM. Delighted to see that diligence.
    The comments on hunger don't mesh with fasting experience. The common observation is hunger intensifies over the first two days or so and then goes away.
    At four days hunger may not be apparent. The "return of hunger" an interesting experience. Sorry – most often excellent information. Amusing in the context.
    Thanks t

  • Reply Rich Rigney February 14, 2020 at 9:01 pm

    How can you say the change in the number of deaths in part is based on the change in diagnostic criteria? Dead is Dead. How does the diagnostic criteria change for Dead? No Pulse, No Brain activity, No Breathing = Dead.

  • Reply Marie ELSTER February 14, 2020 at 9:02 pm

    Epoch Times very informative.

  • Reply High Octane February 14, 2020 at 9:03 pm

    So the second thing you should be doing in your bedroom is the obvious…so if you do that in other places is it even better for your sleep? 🤔 lol

  • Reply Karren Campbell February 14, 2020 at 9:03 pm

    Just want to thank you for all of your information. I've been telling my friends and family about the negative effects of electric lights and have adamantly refused to have a TV in my bedroom. I can now share this video with the tag, "A doctor said it!", so my rantings are taken seriously. 😉

  • Reply Milennin February 14, 2020 at 9:04 pm

    How about like sleeping for 6 hours during the night, then napping for 2 hours during the day? Does that equal a regular 8 hour night of sleep, or is it a bad idea?

  • Reply grimmturd February 14, 2020 at 9:04 pm

    "There are only 2 things you should do in the bedroom and one of them is sleep."
    me thinking to myself: what's the other thing you should do in the bedroom?
    a few moments later..
    "'re going to eliminate that feeling of performance anxiety."
    Ooh. I see what u did there.

  • Reply Daryl Cooper February 14, 2020 at 9:05 pm

    Very informative series. Thank you !

  • Reply Conservator February 14, 2020 at 9:05 pm

    “There are only two things that you should do in your bedroom and one of them is sleep.”

  • Reply Bobby Sea February 14, 2020 at 9:06 pm

    So most people don't die? What's the big deal?

  • Reply Hope For the Planet February 14, 2020 at 9:06 pm

    Another video discussing the factual information on the Corona Virus..oh..pardon me…COVID 19 ( would NOT want to hurt the feelings of the CCP) …with a Neon Blue WHO 🚫 strike….
    .Just curious…WHY would They be hospitalised for " mild" symptoms..?

  • Reply H.R. Romero Author February 14, 2020 at 9:06 pm

    As a Advanced Practice Registered Nurse with a background in Infection Control, trust me when I say this is really really really bad.

  • Reply Joey Wang February 14, 2020 at 9:06 pm

    I require a siesta after I eat. I avoid lunches because they "slow me down" at work. (I have a continental breakfast and often not even that). I use a mask in bed, but I can still only sleep in 4-hour blocks at best. Have I spent too much time in Spain?

  • Reply Eric Rand February 14, 2020 at 9:07 pm

    After you have recovered from the corona virus, do you have complete immunity to the virus?

  • Reply Mia C Crest February 14, 2020 at 9:09 pm

    Thank you!

  • Reply shadowhat Meow February 14, 2020 at 9:10 pm

    Thank you!! I live in a bachler unit, so i cant go to another room, but ill see about ajusting my lights and time i spend on my cellfone. Keep up the good work! Its nice to have such good updates!!!

  • Reply JayJay ChaDoy February 14, 2020 at 9:10 pm

    Please advise/comment on the degree of how smoking may be contributing to the deaths in Wuhan? Is there away to obtain that information as additional data for us in the rest of the world?

  • Reply S S February 14, 2020 at 9:11 pm

    It seems to me there probably have been millions infected in China who are all better now, just thinking it was a cold.

  • Reply Lisa S February 14, 2020 at 9:14 pm

    You said Gung Ho. 😒😆🥺

  • Reply Tony Dobbs February 14, 2020 at 9:15 pm

    Thanks so much Dr.
    When you get back from your medical conference can you discuss foods and vitamins that will also boost our immune systems for very little money and effort?
    Much appreciated!!👍

  • Reply ScienceGuy February 14, 2020 at 9:16 pm

    This could be the beginning of the end. Virus outbreak leads to economic collapse. Economic collapse leads to a reduction in global dimming (the only thing that’s slowing climate change right now). Climate change kicks into high gear and the earth begins to heat up rapidly. RIP Homo sapiens. You had a good run at it.

  • Reply Valeria Vagapova February 14, 2020 at 9:17 pm

    Quite an assumption that people have more than one room 🙂

  • Reply fabfabfabulous February 14, 2020 at 9:19 pm

    A new case in Egypt and the very first in Africa has been declared . It is very different in developing countries , it is going to be catastrophic

  • Reply Nick Marz February 14, 2020 at 9:19 pm

    Anybody have anything positive to say about all of this?

  • Reply RyoPaque Q February 14, 2020 at 9:20 pm

    So, red curtains are better than blue curtains for getting sleepy. Noted.

  • Reply UFOs not Religion February 14, 2020 at 9:20 pm

    Could you talk about selinium and rna viruses? Thanks, you have the best coronavirus info channel.

  • Reply Revina Que February 14, 2020 at 9:21 pm

    Watching this at 5am because I can't sleep 😭😭😭

  • Reply Nick Marz February 14, 2020 at 9:21 pm

    Can you do a video explaining the differences of why this is way worse than the flu. Flu kills over 40,000+ a year and the media keeps saying this but why in detail is this way worse

  • Reply Escanor February 14, 2020 at 9:23 pm

    How many critical conditions end up stabilizing ? have any at all ? in or outside China ?

  • Reply lostsignalreception February 14, 2020 at 9:26 pm

    Diet is 80% of your immune system. Sleep and avoiding stress is the rest.

  • Reply Resell Tester February 14, 2020 at 9:28 pm

    great work

  • Reply VivaSedai February 14, 2020 at 9:28 pm

    as someone with a very messed up circadian rhythms and chronic pain and insomnia, I WISH I could sleep for a solid eight hours

  • Reply eseskay99 February 14, 2020 at 9:30 pm

    Can a person who has recovered get re-infected? Or are they immune going forward. Thank you for everything you do!!!

  • Reply Rockhopper19 February 14, 2020 at 9:32 pm

    What is the safest process to wearing a mask and gloves? How often do you throw out mask/gloves and how do you take gloves and mask off without getting anything on you?

  • Reply Dan February 14, 2020 at 9:32 pm

    You're a champion! Thanks for the service you provide.

  • Reply just a vet February 14, 2020 at 9:33 pm

    I dont have an issue going to sleep, my newborn daughter however does.

  • Reply Verne Fits February 14, 2020 at 9:33 pm

    Naps are pure bliss

  • Reply Michael Kenney February 14, 2020 at 9:34 pm

    Soooo if you are one of the people that got barricaded in you building with welded steel. And cant even get out of your building how are you supposed to get ti the hospital for treatment and or how are they supposed to count thoose people as part of the official number. I still say the numbers from china are way way way too low.

  • Reply donaldo409 February 14, 2020 at 9:34 pm

    Thank you for posting this series. You are my #1 source for Corona info and I've binged on your other vids when I should have been sleeping LOL.

  • Reply Patricia Ebanks February 14, 2020 at 9:35 pm

    Appreciate your your information, keep up the good work.

  • Reply Beth Evans February 14, 2020 at 9:38 pm

    1700 Chinese health care workers infected. I keep thinking about how much sleep they were probably getting!

  • Reply CurlyAnji11 February 14, 2020 at 9:38 pm

    Thanks Doc! The piece about sleep is helpful although my hubby is no giving me the “i told you so” speech

  • Reply xxx tino February 14, 2020 at 9:39 pm

    The cell phone thing is smart . I mean the United States is starting to be on that same bandwagon we only have 330 million and when you’re looking at a population of over 1.5un billion

  • Reply Ben and Brad UltraHD February 14, 2020 at 9:40 pm

    Good work

  • Reply Ben and Brad UltraHD February 14, 2020 at 9:40 pm

    We need this help

  • Reply TheUnknown February 14, 2020 at 9:45 pm

    What is the 2nd thing that we should associate with the bedroom apart from sleep?

  • Reply Ford Racer February 14, 2020 at 9:49 pm

    I’m taking a nap don’t want to get sick

  • Reply Hard Ware February 14, 2020 at 9:50 pm

    (contact) tracking exercise futuristic style … good luck with that..

  • Reply Gary Gowan February 14, 2020 at 9:52 pm

    👍🇺🇸👏👏👏👏great job

  • Reply asdf February 14, 2020 at 9:54 pm

    Great video. I have a question – should I get rid of my live bat collection? They're all looking a bit sneezy

  • Reply Su Den February 14, 2020 at 9:56 pm

    There’s a case now in Okinawa.

  • Reply Ojisan642 February 14, 2020 at 9:56 pm

    Really helpful update. Thank you.

    Will you be wearing a mask at the medical conference? Any other precautions you will take while traveling?

  • Reply Pretty Young Thing. February 14, 2020 at 9:58 pm

    When you have to wake up at 5.30am every morning to drive in rush hour traffic, YOU WON'T HAVE ANY PROBLEMS SLEEPING!!. It's when I'm on vacation after my sleep deficit is corrected, then I might have a little trouble sleeping. I spend way too much time on my phone!!!

  • Reply Chelsea Foreman February 14, 2020 at 10:02 pm

    Unless you’re like me and have narcolepsy..

  • Reply PryingEYEvids February 14, 2020 at 10:03 pm

    I’ve been cautioning about the virus on cellphones. Hands to phone to mouth/nose. Also, everyone should use bleach tablets in their toilet bowels.

  • Reply Kenyon Bissett February 14, 2020 at 10:05 pm

    Health care, power plant workers, police officers …….rotating shifts

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  • Reply Gregor Tidholm February 14, 2020 at 10:06 pm

    Wow, you have some really high quality content here. Many thanks for sharing this.

  • Reply mcmanus family February 14, 2020 at 10:07 pm

    What goes well with insomnia…..good indica

  • Reply Daniel Holtom February 14, 2020 at 10:07 pm

    Another informative video, thank you for your help. I've learned a lot from you these last few weeks.

  • Reply Jack - Long Walk Ministries February 14, 2020 at 10:10 pm

    did the immunization with the Sars coronavirus vaccine leading to pulmonary immunopathology on being challenged with the sar virus and the cytokine storm you spoke of lead anyone to test to see if
    there are any data on if a 1st infection and recovery leads to a 2nd infection and the cytokine event.

    to my limited brain seems to think that 24 day outlying event may be link to that.

  • Reply James Randolph February 14, 2020 at 10:13 pm

    If I understand correctly people not sleeping correctly that do get the flu shot could be more likely to get the flu then someone that sleeps properly but doesn't get the flu shot. Clearly sleeping well and getting the flu shot would be ideal.

  • Reply Liquid Gold February 14, 2020 at 10:13 pm

    I have a display setting on my TV for when I watch shows at night that reduces the blue light and is much dimmer and I kid you not once I start watching a show, if I don't set the sleep timer, I pass out in like 7 minutes and my TV will stay on all night… Before I used that setting I'd be wide-eyed and bushy-tailed until like 1 AM. Now by 9:30 I'm dead to the world.

  • Reply Kathryn McMorrow February 14, 2020 at 10:13 pm

    Hoping you have a romantic 💘attack this evening, Dr. Seheult.

  • Reply Idylchatter February 14, 2020 at 10:13 pm

    Gotta ask yourself, how did we deal with Sepsis, ARDS and pneumonia in the past. IV C.

  • Reply Hagan Pratt February 14, 2020 at 10:14 pm

    I'm not in the medical field myself but watching these has really peaked my interest in health. Keep up the good work doc.

  • Reply Yt Yt February 14, 2020 at 10:14 pm

    Sleep in until 10am “like a teenager”? Lol what? When I was a teenager I slept in until 3pm on the weekend!

  • Reply plumeria66 February 14, 2020 at 10:14 pm

    Many, many years ago I cured my insomnia with self-hypnosis. It took me three weeks. Better than any sleeping pill if you really practice. Nowadays if I can’t fall asleep right away, I turn on a meditation audio. Change how you view sleep. Think of it as going off on an adventure to dreamland where anything is possible. I love heading off to bed and look forward to amazing experiences.

  • Reply The Memory Traveler February 14, 2020 at 10:15 pm

    I really enjoy your informative videos. As a grown kid who didn’t go to college, I eat up your videos like PacMan!!!! Thank you!

  • Reply Robert Openheimer February 14, 2020 at 10:16 pm

    How hard is it to review total death rate in China before the virus, and total death rate after on a weekly basis or per day

  • Reply m4xfl4xst4r February 14, 2020 at 10:18 pm

    Can you speak to melatonin and the sleep cycle? I’m a shift worker and was told taking melatonin when I do go to bed will fix my circadian rhythm. Thanks

  • Reply wave haven February 14, 2020 at 10:19 pm

    American Biotech company found a vaccine in 3 hrs for this virus

  • Reply urmaker February 14, 2020 at 10:20 pm

    Me listening "64,436 total deaths"
    Wow, that escalated quickly.
    looks at screen Oh, thankfully he just said the wrong thing. Whew.

  • Reply Huu Thien Pham February 14, 2020 at 10:24 pm

    I found concepts for step 2CK also in this video , how wonderful it is for your great work, binge watching your videos during step 1 too, thank you

  • Reply Jaroslav Polák February 14, 2020 at 10:27 pm

    Anyone else who should go to sleep but is watching this video in the late-night instead? 😉

  • Reply TexMex Gardener February 14, 2020 at 10:32 pm

    (Before virus) How was the health of the people in the affected areas of China compared to the US? How much sleep do they get in comparison? Do they fall into a better situation than the average North American to combat this ailment?

  • Reply Jane Crowe February 14, 2020 at 10:34 pm

    Elderly…. Motion is lotion. Working out early in the day and staying very happily busy makes for delicious sleep. And I not passed using 5 ml of benedryl if I have the sniffles and can't sleep. Wonderfully informative channel. Best of its sort on the air. Sir, you truly educate others. Thank you.

  • Reply Atham Aldecua February 14, 2020 at 10:36 pm

    Im sleepy and starving

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