Sleep. It’s a topic that affects everyone, and it’s particularly timely coming off of daylight savings time, which doesn’t do much other than make an entire country of people groggy. Against that backdrop, Brad and Steve figured it’d be a perfect occasion to dive deep into sleep. They discuss the fundamental and sometimes surprising habits that set you up for a good night’s sleep, the role of melatonin (both naturally and as a supplement), what’s happening in your mind and body throughout the night, and the costs and benefits of using sleep-trackers. Equal parts intellectually interesting and practical, this episode is chock full of insights for anyone who sleeps, which is everyone!
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