Get Your Night Right

Men vs. women: Learn how — and why — your gender may affect your dreams. Then, a nightmarish sleep disorder that causes violent thrashing ... could you be at risk? Plus, tips to prevent bedtime bloat. And, natural solutions for catching more ZZZs.

Isle Blansert, creator of The Water Whispers, joins The Doctors to explain ASMR, or Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response. Learn why some people experience a “braingasm” when they hear certain sounds, such as whispering or lip smacking, which helps them...

For most of her life, Tami, 45, says she has been thrashing or flailing in her sleep. She says she has tried several natural remedies, which help her fall asleep but do nothing to help reduce the thrashing she experiences during the night. Hear more...

Millions of Americans report having trouble either falling asleep or staying asleep. Pfizer’s chief medical officer Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall joins The Doctors to find out what’s stealing your sleep and to offer advice to help you get the rest you need.

Could getting sick at night instead of during the day decrease your chance of survival? The Doctors discuss why there may be a good time and bad time to visit the ER.

Gastroenterologist Dr. Jorge Rodriguez explains what causes gas. Plus, is there something lurking in your digestive system that may predispose you to such illnesses as obesity and Alzheimer's?

Sleep expert Dr. Raj Dasgupta explains that Tami may be suffering from REM movement disorder, a condition in which a person may reenact their very vivid dreams during REM sleep. Hear what may have triggered Tami’s condition.