• By McCray

Mayo Clinic Radio: Sleep and Insomnia

September 3, 2014

Miss the show? Here's the podcast: Mayo Clinic Radio Full Show 9-6-2014 44min mp3

These websites both provide help for insomnia at a nominal charge.  The sites were shared by Dr. Kaplan and Dr. Olson during the program: ShutI and CBT for Insomnia

On the next Mayo Clinic Radio, Saturday, September 6 at 9 a.m. CT, we’ll discuss sleep issues with Eric Olson, M.D., and Joseph Kaplan, M.D.  Do you have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep?  What can be done to address sleep concerns?  From childhood to old age, how do sleep patterns change as we age? Plus, what are the five things you should do if you suffer from insomnia?  Join us.

Myth or Fact: During sleep, your brain rests.


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As someone who works in IT I am curious to what the capabilties were of this computer. Any chance we could see what was on "Page 3" about it's components? I am guessing any smart phone today has more processing power than this did. The rate technology keeps advancing is amazing and scary at the same time.


Andrew, you are probably off my a few generations in your guess. A calculator in the 1980s had more power than this mentioned IBM machine. The very steep rate of growth in processing power in the 1970s and 1980s leveled off some in later years. Memory speeds are still the major bottleneck and there does not seem to be a good solution to that.

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