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Viewing Bright Light 4-6 Hours After Your Temperature Minimum Advances the Circadian Clock

2:04 · This is Your Brain on Sleep, Supplements, Sunlight, and Stimulation — Stanford Neuroscientist Andrew Huberman, PhDview episode

The Kevin Rose Show
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Optimal Focus Is Achieved 4-6 Hours After Your Temperature Minimum (2-4 Hours After Waking)

3:38 · Maximizing Productivity, Physical & Mental Health with Daily Tools | Episode 28 - Andrew Hubermanview episode

Huberman Lab
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Writing Down His Wake-Up Time Helps Andrew Pinpoint His Temperature Minimum

2:39 · Maximizing Productivity, Physical & Mental Health with Daily Tools | Episode 28 - Andrew Hubermanview episode

Huberman Lab
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Timing Light Exposure Around Your Temperature Minimum Prevents Jet Lag

0:57 · #521: Dr. Andrew Huberman A Neurobiologist on Optimizing Sleep, Performance, and Testosteroneview episode

The Tim Ferriss Show
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Viewing Bright Light ~1 Hour After Your Temperature Minimum Shifts the Circadian Clock

3:44 · #521: Dr. Andrew Huberman A Neurobiologist on Optimizing Sleep, Performance, and Testosteroneview episode

The Tim Ferriss Show
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Viewing Bright Light 2-4 Hours After Your Temperature Minimum Enhances Circadian Health

1:35 · Neuroscientist Andrew Huberman On Changing Your Biology With Behaviorview episode

The Rich Roll Podcast
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How Body Temperature Varies Across the 24-Hour Circadian Clock

3:05 · Using Deliberate Cold Exposure for Health and Performance - Andrew Hubermanview episode

Huberman Lab
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