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Using Science to Optimize Sleep, Learning & Metabolism


We all want a great night’s sleep when we finally lay down in our bed in the evening, because most of us know how good it feels to wake up well rested. Believe it or not, there are many things you can do to help facilitate a good night’s rest.


Dr Huberman explains why staying away from blue light, and any bright lights, in the evening can dramatically help you prepare to have a restful night. He also explains why we are on such a specific circadian rhythm and what happens when we unintentionally get knocked out of this rhythm.

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