Andrew Huberman, PhD is a neuroscience researcher at Stanford. His podcast provides a wealth of actionable insights straight from the highest quality peer-reviewed research. His recent series (January) on Sleep is a masterpiece and I learned a lot.
Here’s a taste: Get 2-10 minutes of sunlight outdoors shortly after waking in the morning to optimize your sleep/wake cycle. Also important for sleep, is receiving an absolute minimum of light (of any kind, but blue light is the worst) after sunset. If you get some outdoor sunlight just before sunset, however, your rhythm will be somewhat less disrupted by the light exposure you receive after sunset. (Yes, that’s worth reading again.)
Once again, lifestyle habits are a super-effective, and cost-free and way to get healthy. Honor nature, and we bloom.