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What steps should millennials take to get better sleep at night? Dr. Daniel Gartenberg is a sleep coach and consultant that is devoted to helping people sleep better. There are a number of environmental triggers that have an impact on each person’s individual 24 hour sleep cycle. As Dr. Daniel Gartenberg states in the interview: “ Getting that sunlight in the morning for at least 30 minutes is a really good way to entrench your rhythm and ensure that you’ll be tired at night”.

Whether you are a college student working on assignments late into the night or busy running a successful company, each of us can benefit from getting a good night’s sleep. In this episode Hala Taha and our guest Dr. Daniel Gartenberg discuss how we can develop a better understanding of our sleep cycles and adjust them to improve our daily lives.

For more on Dr. Daniel Gartenberg follow him on Twitter @DanGartenberg and visit his website at:

There’s a ton of research showing that people perform better on various memory and procedural tasks when they sleep compared to say not sleeping and practicing a lot.

What we are yapping about in this episode:

  • What happens to the human body during each stage of the sleep cycle. [07:57]
  • Research shows that people perform better on various memory and procedural tasks when they sleep compared to not sleeping and practicing a lot.  [10:59]
  • The recommended number of hours of sleep adults should get each night. [12:36]
  • Understanding how our natural body rhythms impact the sleep cycle. [33:21]


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