“My sleep was terrible. I would just always wake up feeling almost like I hadn't slept. And it turns out I had terrible sleep hygiene. But no one talked about hacking your sleep.”
Dave Asprey shares why sleep is a crucial yet commonly overlooked factor in the art of changing our environment to control our biology. According to Asprey’s biohacking research, healthy people need less sleep – around six hours per night. Asprey shares biohacks to create the ideal “cave” sleep experience and prioritize quality over quantity. Discover how our glymphatic system manages waste within the brain and how to use light exposure to synchronize our circadian rhythm.