The Power of Great Sleep: Change Your Routine, Change Your Life (Featuring The Sleep Doctor)
By Kirbie Johnson and Sara Tan
Is beauty sleep real? How long should you really be sleeping? Plus a warning about melatonin. We're answering all of your most-asked sleep questions today on the show with The Sleep Doctor himself. Dr. Michael Breus is a Clinical Psychologist, a Diplomate of the American Board of Sleep Medicine, and a Fellow of The American Academy of Sleep Medicine. He specializes in sleep disorders and is one of the only psychologists in the world with his credentials and distinction. Dr. Breus has authored a number of books, tours the world lecturing on sleep, has appeared on CNN, Oprah, and The View, and is also on the clinical advisory board of The Dr. Oz Show. Dr. Breus has a private practice in LA where he helps his clients figure out how to sleep better, which is his main mission in life. We met Dr. Breus at an event for the launch of Mighty Night, a new supplement from HUM Nutrition that encourages more restful sleep and promotes healthier-looking skin. The event was the most engaged we'd ever seen an audience; he had a line out the door after his presentation. Clearly, getting good sleep is something people desperately want to know more about. We wanted him on the show to bring this information to you. Learn more about your Sleep Chronotype at ChronoQuiz.com. (For the record, Kirbie is a bear 🐻and Sara is a dolphin 🐬. Go figure.) Follow Dr. Breus: https://thesleepdoctor.com/ https://twitter.com/thesleepdoctor https://www.facebook.com/thesleepdoctor This episode is brought to you by HUM Nutrition. Be sure to subscribe and review us on Apple Podcasts: bit.ly/Gloss_Angeles Listen to us on Stitcher and Spotify, too! Follow us on Instagram: instagram.com/Gloss_Angeles Shop all of our product lists: http://www.shopstyle.com/shop/GlossAngeles Shop Kirbie’s stash: https://www.shopstyle.com/shop/Kirbie-Johnson Shop Sara’s stash: https://www.shopstyle.com/shop/saratan Gloss Angeles is co-hosted by Kirbie Johnson and Sara Tan. Our audio engineer is Matthew Christensen. Our editor is Patrick Muldowney. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.