For every situation in your life, your brain shifts into one dominant brainwave mode. There are four classified brainwave states. Each of these waves appears and disappears in the brain, so they are not always present. During a normal nights sleep a sleeper passes from the theta waves of stage 1 and 2, to the delta waves of stage 3 and 4.Read More
These are biologically driven categorizations based on your genetics. Specifically, the PER3 gene tells us a lot about what time you want to go to sleep, and how much sleep you desire. Matching your schedule to your chronotype can help you live a healthier, more productive life.Read More
#7 on Dr. Graham's Top 10 Nighttime Routines: Go nuts! Walnuts and almonds contain tryptophan and magnesium, so they are the “dream” sleep-inducing snack.Read More
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