Michael J. Breus, Ph.D. is a Clinical Psychologist, Diplomate of the American Board of Sleep Medicine and Fellow of The American Academy of Sleep Medicine, and a trusted expert in everything sleep-related. A member of the clinical advisory board of The Dr. Oz Show, he also serves as an expert resource for major publications, doing more than 100 interviews a year for outlets like the Washington Post and Wall Street Journal.
A prolific author, Dr. Breus is the author of four books on topics from enhancing sleep to diet to ultimate life hacks, including the popular The Sleep Doctor’s Diet Plan. He’s been featured by CNN, The Dr. Oz Show, the Wall Street Journal, and Oprah, and regularly writes his own articles for The Insomnia Blog, Huffington Post, and Psychology Today. His latest book is The Power of When.
Dr. Breus maintains a private practice in the Los Angeles area.
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In this episode Dr. Michael Breus is on to discuss the best time to learn, read and study. You must first understand the four chronotypes, and Dr. Breus will help you identify which one you are.
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When is the best time to learn something new, to study, or to remember?
You can do the right thing at the wrong time and not get the results you want.
Dr. Michael Breus is my ‘superhero sleep sensei’ and author of The Power of When, which talks about the 4 chronotypes and how to use yours to your advantage.
Your chronotype is based on a specific gene known as the PER3 gene.
During each 24-hour cycle, your hormones start and stop at different hours depending on your chronotype. You can discover when the best time to do something is by matching your activities to when you need your hormones.
If you’re interested in going more in-depth on this topic, Dr. Breus has put together a special package just for our Kwik Brain listeners. Click here to learn more.
You can also learn more in Dr. Breus’ book, The Power of When.