About Dr. Glassman And His Work
Charles F. Glassman, MD, has been known as Coach MD since 2011. This designation arises from what he has learned in his over 25 years of practice as a medical doctor. Specifically, that many, if not most, problems people go to the doctor to solve actually stem from the challenges of daily life. Instead of giving a pill to try and make them go away, Coach MD's mission is to help people achieve total wellness—having more control over life than one could ever think possible.
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Why do we sleep? Why do we have to sleep? Why can’t I sleep?! Sleeping, actually, is one of our body’s most natural and automatic processes – right up there with breathing and pooping. If it is so natural and automatic, then why is it that estimates for insomnia in the U.S. are around 50 million. That is a staggering number. Blame Your Brain So what’s the deal? You see, our brain, what I call the automatic brain (or AB), is quite primitive, not much different than how it existed in the craniums of our prehistoric ancestors. When it detects danger, threat, or vulnerability, it causes us to fight or flee. To our... Read More >>
As we move into winter, it’s no secret that majority of people tend to escape the cold and spend their time indoors. According to the EPA indoor air pollution can be much more detrimental to our health than outdoor, which means this time of year can be especially hard on our lungs. Poor air quality can lead to numerous respiratory diseases such as asthma, COPD, and lung cancer. Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States which is why it’s so important to educate ourselves on the issue. The good news is you can combat exposure to these toxins and take control of the air you breathe. Here is a list... Read More >>
In my experience as a doctor, I have observed that many physical ailments have their roots in emotions. For those emotions to cause illness, they must have their roots based in fear (thus anxiety). That is why I have made it my life’s work to understand the origins of negative emotions, so to help alleviate the anxiety in myself and others. The primitive part of our brain, I call the automatic brain (AB for short), has evolved over the past tens of thousands of years. This primitive brain is part reptilian, is completely reactive, and is at its core, is our animal nature. The only feature that separates our AB from that of other anim... Read More >>
Is there any person in the history of humankind, other than Jesus, who was able to amass a loyal following of over two billion people? I would challenge you to find one CEO who wouldn’t kill for that type of consumer base. How about motivational speaker? Clergy? Author? Facebook Page administrator? Athlete? Everyone dreams of great success that we often measure by how many people follow us, are interested in our work, or buy our product or service. We often strive to be the biggest and the best so that we can gain the most attention and following. A little while ago, while at a party and around the time I first had the idea to ... Read More >>
Working hard at whatever endeavor you pursue can only be possible if you get enough rest. This balance is what allows you to be productive because having enough sleep rejuvenates both the mind and body to be ready to undertake daily tasks. Sleep.org explains how sleep can help you be more productive at work. For starters, you’re going to be able to concentrate better. Your memory and decision-making skills – both of which are critical in any job – are also improved. Lastly, sufficient sleep prevents burnout, which often leads to a decline in productivity, a problem that’s costing US companies over $60 bil... Read More >>
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