Elizabeth Klerman, Harvard, Till Roenneberg, LMU, chronobiology, webinar

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0:05 Introduction by Steffi Czerny
4:50 What is chronobiology – and why is it important to know about it?
7:30 Can your body clock stop working? Or is it just out of sync?
12:15 Why there’s no such thing as getting too much sleep.
14:45 What eating and sleeping have in common – and where they differ.
15:55 “Sleep whenever you need to sleep.”
17:50 Dealing with sleep disorders.
19:30 Why sleeping through the night is a fairly new habit.
22:00 How the home office can help improve your sleep.
23:10 Knowing how much sleep you need.
24:20 Trying to take shortcuts on sleep is a bad idea: “Sleep is not taking away from wakefulness. Sleep is making wakefulness possible.”
27:20 Research projects: What Elizabeth Klerman and Till Roenneberg are currently working on.
33:10 Social jetlag and its consequences.
35:30 Does artificial intelligence help evaluate data in sleep research?
38:50 Can the car help you not to fall asleep at the wheel?
44:35 How important is physical fitness to good sleep?
45:55 Designing the car of the future with human needs in mind.
47:40 Drowsiness and a trip to NASA in Texas.
50:40 How do astronauts get proper sleep?
51:35 Why the body clock has 24 hours as well.
53:25 Natural variation: Why organizations need morning types and evening types in their teams.
55:05 Can fitness trackers and smart watches properly measure sleep?
58:00 In search of data: the future of sleep research.

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