Unlocking the Secrets of Sleep: A Conversation with Mollie Eastman on Sleep Optimization and Wellness

Ever wonder how the mysteries of sleep affect our health and wellness? We unravel these secrets in a captivating discussion with Mollie Eastman, the brains behind Sleep as a Skill and host of the Sleep is a Skill podcast.

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Bill Tancer
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Chief of Data Science
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July 24, 2024
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Table of Contents

Mollie unveils her personal struggles with insomnia and how she molded her sleep patterns, transforming her life and leading her to start her sleep optimization program.

Our conversation explores the fascinating concept of sleep as a skill, shedding light on the impact of sleep deprivation on our overall health. We discuss the disconnect modern lifestyle has created from natural rhythms, leading to a decrease in our natural production of melatonin and the role of environmental cues such as temperature and lighting on our sleep.

Finally, we delve into glucose management, emphasizing the critical role sleep plays and how our microbiome impacts our blood sugar levels. You'll want to listen till the end to hear Mollie's top five sleep suggestions.

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About the author

Bill Tancer is a New York Times best-selling author. He is a co-founder and the chief data scientist at Signos and the creator and host of Signos’ podcast, Body Signals.

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