Show 114 Hydra-8 App and Sleep Information Resources

The topic for this episode is sleep resources. In the podcast,  I mentioned using Ulysses as a sleep aid. I mean no disrespect to James Joyce. It is a fine book but let just say it is packed with words. It is possible that Ulysses and Leopold Bloom might help to usher sleep faster.

Just thinking about it has got me yawning.

You certainly can find excellent versions on Audible but might I recommend the 2007 version  or the 2014 version at

Life is what you have now.  If the voices are telling you otherwise or if you need support contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255, the Trevor Project at 1-866-488-7386 or text “START” to 741-741.

Resources Mentioned: 

Association of American Medical Colleges page on the psychiatric doctor and related shortages of staff that are needed to treat Americans needing psychiatric help.

Your brain wants water. There are a number of water tracking apps - be sure to check out the permissions before downloading but you could check out  Hydr-8 Water Minder & Counter.

If you have anxiety, depression or have a phobia or two you know that sleep can be affected. Or you might not know. This would be a good time to learn about it so one of the places to check out is the Anxiety and Depression Association of America's page on how Stress and Anxiety Interfere with Sleep.

The Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Get Sleep dives a bit deeper into the need for sleep, how it affects moods and how to assess your sleep needs.

From Harvard, an old school page on how to Assess Your Sleep Needs.


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