How to Get a Better Night’s Sleep

The world’s leading “sleep doctor,” Dr. Michael Breus, has a Ph.D. in clinical psychology, is board certified in clinical sleep disorders and is an actively practicing sleep doctor who treats sleep patients with apnea, narcolepsy and insomnia. The doctor has worked for rock stars, Hollywood royalty, Oprah, he’s been on Doctor Oz over 30 times, and even helps average people. Dr. Breus says that of the hundreds of sleep tips he can advise, there is just one that tops them all. “Get up at the same time every morning,” he recommends. “We all long for that weekend sleep-in, but to be honest, it can make you take on a jet lag feel.” He says the more consistent you are with your wake up time – not your bedtime, but your wake up time – the better off you are because as soon as you wake up and you get that sunlight, it resets your circadian clock. “Wake up at the same time every day, including weekends.”