Public radio station KQED hosted a roundtable with Matthew Walker, Rafael Pelayo, and William Dement on sleep, including the topics of dreams, sleeping pills, snoring, and the answering of listener questions.
More and more Americans are sleeping less and less. That’s according to data from the Centers for Disease Control that show a growing number of people sleep less than six hours a night. And research shows people who sleep less are at greater risk for heart disease, obesity and diabetes. We talk with experts about all things sleep.
Host: Michael Krasny