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Publisher's Summary

Your natural internal clock - or circadian rhythm - is complex, personal, and unique. In this short educational piece, you'll learn how this vital component of your health is the first step in getting a better night's sleep. 

This short and educational piece is by Thrive Global, Arianna Huffington's wellness and technology company. Their mission is to help people improve their well-being and performance by unlocking their greatest potential - which all starts with getting a good night’s sleep.  

This title is part of the Audible Sleep Collection, exclusive audio experiences created to invite relaxation and sleep. New and free for members. Brought to you in collaboration with Thrive Global.

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I really needed this. Thank you. It was the perfect length and well delivered. Kudos.

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No no no I can’t get this off the screen until I write 15 words stupid stupid stupid audible I want to cancel cancel cancel

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Useful and actionable information

Covers important information you can probably find elsewhere but in a clear and concise manner.

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Informative but pointless.

I really don't know why they didn't just do a full book about sleep instead of having these short about pointless additions to their sleep/relaxation series.

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Great sleeping tips and info

This was a short but to the point and very informative about sleep and how it may apply differently for some people. Great tid bits about getting better sleep and ba ked by scientific studies and sleep study specialists. I definitely recommend this whole series of books.

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Very informative

Liked his voice very clear and easy to understand. Good info and easy to implement

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Circadian rhythms easily explained

I can now understand where’s my circadian cycle and honor it by rescheduling activities which undermine it (before going to bed).
Useful comments about melatonin.

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Great read

Great, understandable, detailed info. I earned even more about my circadium rythmn to help my sleep.

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Very interesting and informative

The audiobook is very interesting and informative. I enjoyed it a lot. The only problem is that now I feel empowered and I want to learn more. And I don't want to sleep at all :)

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Finally proof that being a night owl is normal

I will admit that I listened to this on a whim, but I'm glad I did. even though it's short it packs a punch with a wealth of information. I also liked that they quoted someone from either Harvard. yale, or Stanford, and they explained that being a night owl or even an extreme night owl is normal for some people. now I might try others in the series.