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Welcome to Sleep Talk snapshots where we aim to bring you the latest updates in sleep as they occur.

Latest Episodes

Sleep DownUnder Highlights 2019

Highlights from the Sleep Down Under 2019 meeting in Sydney.

8 MIN2019 OCT 19
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Sleep DownUnder Highlights 2019

Sleep DownUnder 2018 - Highlights

Highlights from the Sleep Down Under 2018 meeting in Brisbane. Topics highlighted are narcolepsy, insomnia, obstructive sleep apnea, sleep health and the effects of caffeine on sleep.

11 MIN2018 OCT 20
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Sleep DownUnder 2018 - Highlights

Anti-depressants increase light sensitivity and impact circadian rhythms

Work publised inPsychopharmacologylast month from Assoc Prof Sean Cain's group at Monash University shows that the SSRI citalopram increases sensitivity of the circadian system to light. This is an important finding that has major implications for the treatment of depression, and may explain the relatively poor response to SSRIs in people with depression and eveningness type. In this interview Sean discusses his research and it's implications for the management of depression. Tax deductible donations to fund further research in this area can be made viathis link.

5 MIN2018 SEP 26
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Anti-depressants increase light sensitivity and impact circadian rhythms

Sleep and sport

Dr David Cunnington talks with Ian Dunican from Sleep4Performance about the role of sleep in sports performance. Ian works with elite athletes and sporting teams on optimising their sleep to aid performance and recovery and is completing a PhD on the subject of sleep and performance in elite athletes.

14 MIN2018 JUN 13
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Sleep and sport

What is Healthy Sleep?

Healthy sleep is more than just the absence of sleep disorders. Prof Daniel Buysse from University of Pittsburgh published a paper on sleep health inSleep in 2014 (link to the paper here), challenging the field to think about sleep more broadly. In this SleepTalk Snapshot, Dr David Cunnington talks with Prof Buysse about his proposed model for defining healthy sleep.

13 MIN2018 JAN 14
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What is Healthy Sleep?

How does Qantas reduce the effects of jet lag?

An integral part of Qantas ultra-long-haul direct service from Australia (Perth) to London is having their passengers arrive healthy and minimising the effects of long-haul flights and jet lag. Building on their existing expertise Qantas has designed the passenger experience for these flights from the ground up including working with Boeing on the design of their 787-9 Dreamliners. Qnatas has also established a research collaboration with the Charles Perkins Centre at The University of Sydney to continue to refine their product. In this episode Phil Capps,Head of Customer Product & Service Development talks with David Cunnington (Sleep Physician) about what Qantas is doing to reduce the effects of ultra-long-haul flying on health and jet lag.

10 MIN2017 DEC 19
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How does Qantas reduce the effects of jet lag?

Using maths to beat jet lag

Working out how to best use light to adjust for jet lag can be challenging. But, the Entrain app developed by Dr Olivia Walch from the University of Michigan can solve that problem for you. Just put in the details of your travel and it will tell you when to get light exposure before and during your travels to help you arrive at your destination with your body clock already adjusted.

12 MIN2017 DEC 19
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Using maths to beat jet lag

Sleep Down Under 2016: Day 3

Highlights from Day 3 of the Sleep Down Under 2016 meeting in Adelaide. Topics highlighted today are circadian rhythms and mood, anxiety and insomnia and an approach to managing depression symptoms in sleep clinics. For our monthly in depth podcast Sleep Talk, go to SleepHub.com.au, subscribe via iTunes or your favourite podcast app, or download the Sleep Talk app from the iOS app store. Links mentioned in the podcast: Teens & Screens - podcast episode featuring Dr Sean Cain

5 MIN2016 OCT 22
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Sleep Down Under 2016: Day 3

Sleep Down Under 2016: Day 2

Highlights from Day 2 of the Sleep Down Under 2016 meeting in Adelaide. Topics highlighted today are sleep apnea and hypersomnias including narcolepsy. For our monthly in depth podcast Sleep Talk, go to SleepHub.com.au, subscribe via iTunes or your favourite podcast app, or download the Sleep Talk app from the iOS app store.

5 MIN2016 OCT 21
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Sleep Down Under 2016: Day 2

Sleep Down Under 2016: Day 1

Highlights from Day 1 of the Sleep Down Under 2016 meeting in Adelaide. Topics highlighted today are insomnia and paediatric sleep. For more Sleep Talk episodes including our monthly in depth podcast, go to SleepHub.com.au, subscribe via iTunes or your favourite podcast app, or download the Sleep Talk app from the iOS app store.

5 MIN2016 OCT 20
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Sleep Down Under 2016: Day 1

Latest Episodes

Sleep DownUnder Highlights 2019

Highlights from the Sleep Down Under 2019 meeting in Sydney.

8 MIN2019 OCT 19
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Sleep DownUnder Highlights 2019

Sleep DownUnder 2018 - Highlights

Highlights from the Sleep Down Under 2018 meeting in Brisbane. Topics highlighted are narcolepsy, insomnia, obstructive sleep apnea, sleep health and the effects of caffeine on sleep.

11 MIN2018 OCT 20
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Sleep DownUnder 2018 - Highlights

Anti-depressants increase light sensitivity and impact circadian rhythms

Work publised inPsychopharmacologylast month from Assoc Prof Sean Cain's group at Monash University shows that the SSRI citalopram increases sensitivity of the circadian system to light. This is an important finding that has major implications for the treatment of depression, and may explain the relatively poor response to SSRIs in people with depression and eveningness type. In this interview Sean discusses his research and it's implications for the management of depression. Tax deductible donations to fund further research in this area can be made viathis link.

5 MIN2018 SEP 26
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Anti-depressants increase light sensitivity and impact circadian rhythms

Sleep and sport

Dr David Cunnington talks with Ian Dunican from Sleep4Performance about the role of sleep in sports performance. Ian works with elite athletes and sporting teams on optimising their sleep to aid performance and recovery and is completing a PhD on the subject of sleep and performance in elite athletes.

14 MIN2018 JUN 13
Comments
Sleep and sport

What is Healthy Sleep?

Healthy sleep is more than just the absence of sleep disorders. Prof Daniel Buysse from University of Pittsburgh published a paper on sleep health inSleep in 2014 (link to the paper here), challenging the field to think about sleep more broadly. In this SleepTalk Snapshot, Dr David Cunnington talks with Prof Buysse about his proposed model for defining healthy sleep.

13 MIN2018 JAN 14
Comments
What is Healthy Sleep?

How does Qantas reduce the effects of jet lag?

An integral part of Qantas ultra-long-haul direct service from Australia (Perth) to London is having their passengers arrive healthy and minimising the effects of long-haul flights and jet lag. Building on their existing expertise Qantas has designed the passenger experience for these flights from the ground up including working with Boeing on the design of their 787-9 Dreamliners. Qnatas has also established a research collaboration with the Charles Perkins Centre at The University of Sydney to continue to refine their product. In this episode Phil Capps,Head of Customer Product & Service Development talks with David Cunnington (Sleep Physician) about what Qantas is doing to reduce the effects of ultra-long-haul flying on health and jet lag.

10 MIN2017 DEC 19
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How does Qantas reduce the effects of jet lag?

Using maths to beat jet lag

Working out how to best use light to adjust for jet lag can be challenging. But, the Entrain app developed by Dr Olivia Walch from the University of Michigan can solve that problem for you. Just put in the details of your travel and it will tell you when to get light exposure before and during your travels to help you arrive at your destination with your body clock already adjusted.

12 MIN2017 DEC 19
Comments
Using maths to beat jet lag

Sleep Down Under 2016: Day 3

Highlights from Day 3 of the Sleep Down Under 2016 meeting in Adelaide. Topics highlighted today are circadian rhythms and mood, anxiety and insomnia and an approach to managing depression symptoms in sleep clinics. For our monthly in depth podcast Sleep Talk, go to SleepHub.com.au, subscribe via iTunes or your favourite podcast app, or download the Sleep Talk app from the iOS app store. Links mentioned in the podcast: Teens & Screens - podcast episode featuring Dr Sean Cain

5 MIN2016 OCT 22
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Sleep Down Under 2016: Day 3

Sleep Down Under 2016: Day 2

Highlights from Day 2 of the Sleep Down Under 2016 meeting in Adelaide. Topics highlighted today are sleep apnea and hypersomnias including narcolepsy. For our monthly in depth podcast Sleep Talk, go to SleepHub.com.au, subscribe via iTunes or your favourite podcast app, or download the Sleep Talk app from the iOS app store.

5 MIN2016 OCT 21
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Sleep Down Under 2016: Day 2

Sleep Down Under 2016: Day 1

Highlights from Day 1 of the Sleep Down Under 2016 meeting in Adelaide. Topics highlighted today are insomnia and paediatric sleep. For more Sleep Talk episodes including our monthly in depth podcast, go to SleepHub.com.au, subscribe via iTunes or your favourite podcast app, or download the Sleep Talk app from the iOS app store.

5 MIN2016 OCT 20
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Sleep Down Under 2016: Day 1
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