In this episode, Dr. Andrew Huberman, a neuroscientist at Stanford University, discusses how to become better sleepers. He highlights the importance of understanding the factors that affect sleep quality. One key aspect he mentions is the role of light exposure, emphasizing the significance of getting sunlight in the morning to regulate sleep-wake cycles. Dr. Huberman also addresses the individual differences in caffeine sensitivity and advises understanding one’s own reaction to caffeine for better sleep planning. Additionally, he explores the benefits of napping, particularly with elevated ankles, which is suggested to enhance the glymphatic system’s clearance of waste from the brain. Lastly, Dr. Huberman provides insights on managing pre-bedtime anxiety, suggesting that channeling it into productivity can be beneficial.