Extreme Sleep Disorders, & Kristin Chenoweth
According to the National Sleep Foundation, 20% of Americans get less than 6 hours of sleep a night. Are you tired all the time? How much quality sleep are you really getting? Today’s show will teach you how to get the sleep you need to function best.
What would you do if you fell asleep one day and didn't wake up for months? Anderson speaks with a 22-year-old woman who suffers from a neurological disorder known as Sleeping Beauty Syndrome, a rare condition in which a person has no memory of being asleep for months and can regress to toddler-like behavior. Find out how this family copes, and what they hope for the future.
Meet a woman who texts and has full conversations in her sleep! You'll be surprised by her diagnosis. Plus, Anderson tests a new sleeping monitor that determines his "sleep age." Find out how old Anderson is -- in sleep years.
What’s your secret for better sleep? Tweet @AndersonCooper, using #BetterSleep.
Then, actress and singing sensation Kristin Chenoweth is here. She'll talk about her humble Oklahoma upbringing and being the star of the hit new show, "GCB."
Plus, Anderson is talking about the latest headlines with Jacque Reid, host of NBC's "New York Live" and contributor to the "The Tom Joyner Morning Show," and La La Anthony, star of the VH1 show "La La's Full Court Life."