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Coping with COVID Burnout - Shared screen with speaker view
karlenemartinez
43:30
8 hours
Maureen Schmittle
43:57
5-6 on a bad night, 7 on a good night!
Alice Aileen Lovato
44:09
7 hours
Maureen Schmittle
44:11
I wish there was a choice for 6-7 on your survey :)
Mary Hayes
44:30
6-7 lately, but 4 last night
Allison Heneghan
45:15
daylight savings really messed up my sleep cycle. I'm getting up even earlier for some reason and waking up at night which I don't usually do.
karlenemartinez
46:23
How true!!
Karim Martinez
49:53
@Allison, I agree, I have such a hard time when I have to move my clock forward :(
Iria M.
50:26
Karim, I got to enter!! Thanks
Karim Martinez
51:17
Hi Iria, so glad to hear! Welcome to session six!
Kari Cole
54:21
How do Nurses and Doctors cope when they work 12 hour night shifts? What can they do?
Donna Wojcik
55:26
Falling asleep isn't my problem. Staying asleep is the problem.
Adele Ludi
55:43
NA -been sleeping great lately
Iria M.
55:57
Can’t fall asleep early because I will wake up at 3am or 4am and will not go be able to fall asleep again
Alice Aileen Lovato
56:23
Does melatonin actually work?
Patricia
56:38
Even if I think I have slept well, my fitbit says I have many interruptions. I feel rested in the morning but will frequently awaken by 5:00.
Deborah Giron
58:43
Is there something that causes frequent nightmares? Could it be attributed to stress?
Patricia Torres
59:12
I had a bad experience with melatonin..... felt drunk the next day.
Kari Getkin
59:27
menopause hot flashes
Gabriel Gomez
59:34
Job stress and Covid family stress
Myra Lane
59:38
Child waking up in the middle of the night, and my husband wakes and gets up earlier than I do most days.
Iria M.
59:44
Sometimes can’t sleep at all due to the excess of work
Marianne and Jim Salceies-Donaldson
59:46
Having to use the bathroom
Donna Wojcik
01:00:14
I have back issues, and can't sleep in the bed for long, so I am moving from couch to chair to bed all night.
Cheryl Benally
01:00:16
I am diabetic so I get up at least once a night to use the bathroom
Allison Heneghan
01:00:35
I feel like I have a lot of the negative impacts of sleep deprivation but I think I sleep well. I was definitely sleep deprived the first 3 years for each of my kids but I have been sleeping pretty well for the past few years.
Marianne and Jim Salceies-Donaldson
01:00:42
All those people running around in my head! Lol
karlenemartinez
01:00:46
Marianne yes, constantly using the bathroom
Karim Martinez
01:03:18
Handout for today's session
Marianne and Jim Salceies-Donaldson
01:07:49
What are some high melatonin foods?
Karim Martinez
01:10:53
https://aces.nmsu.edu/covid19/
Karim Martinez
01:11:08
NM Crisis Access Line https://nmcrisisline.com/
Karim Martinez
01:11:30
Coping with COVID Burnout https://aces.nmsu.edu/covid19/burnout.html
Bernie McCann
01:13:10
Sleep3 is an extended release melatonin and valerian over the counter preparation that I often recommend to my clients and they report it helps them fall asleep and stay asleep longer.
dorothy m
01:14:22
Can you give us that list of foods, please?
Thelma Castro
01:14:33
I live in the country and have the opportunity to do horse-backing riding a lot. I have been riding since I was 17 years old.
Karim Martinez
01:15:56
List of foods with naturally occurring melatonin Fruits and vegetables (tart cherries, corn, asparagus, tomatoes, pomegranate, olives, grapes, broccoli, cucumber)Grains (rice, barley, rolled oats)Nuts and Seeds (walnuts, peanuts, sunflower seeds, mustard seeds, flax seed)
dorothy m
01:16:44
Thank you.
Karim Martinez
01:17:20
Session six survey https://acesnmsu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_4GDjgUr2dYS4CH4
Elizabeth Balizan
01:17:44
openable
Karim Martinez
01:17:53
Thanks!
Laura Ramirez
01:18:03
Thank you!
karlenemartinez
01:18:11
Thank you!
Matilda Lewis
01:18:14
do we get certicate of attendance
Thelma Castro
01:18:18
Thank you!
Maureen Schmittle
01:18:19
Thanks so much!!!
Elizabeth Balizan
01:18:36
my boyfriend snores, what can I do
Esther Hernandez
01:18:58
Excellent presentation. Thank you so much!!
Alice Aileen Lovato
01:19:19
Thank you. This has been a great series. A lot of great information.
Amy Zemler
01:19:20
Thank you!
Suzanne DeVos-Cole
01:19:55
Matilda - please email me at sdcole64@nmsu.edu if you want a certificate
Gabriel Gomez
01:19:55
Elizabeth have you tried earplugs?
Cheryl Benally
01:20:27
a 12lb weighted blanket has really helped me stay asleep longer at night.
Elizabeth Balizan
01:20:36
lol im thinkimg new boyfriend
Esther Hernandez
01:20:47
too funny
Elizabeth Balizan
01:20:55
younger model
laurie dipaolo
01:21:27
melatonin is it safe for children?
Gabriel Gomez
01:21:42
I had a sleep study done and I have a C-PAP machine and my wife says I don't snore anymore.
karlenemartinez
01:21:46
I like the weight of a blanket. I have an elk hide on my bed.
Sharon Lara
01:23:37
I take perscribed phentermine for weight loss, and it keeps me up all night. If I don't take like a tylenol pm or z quil I do not get any sleep. I will go to bed around midnight and be wide awake at 4 am.
Elizabeth Balizan
01:26:13
leg cramps wake me. ideas?
Bernie McCann
01:26:50
The socks trick works for me too
ilda DeBord
01:28:02
hot flashes break up sleep cycle through the night
Elizabeth Balizan
01:28:08
thank you
Denise Anstine
01:28:38
Thank you for sharing this information.
Laura Ramirez
01:29:04
Thank you!
Mary Hayes
01:29:06
Thank you for this informative session
Karim Martinez
01:29:36
Thank you everyone for attending and sharing your experiences and recommendations!