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We aim to include the most accurate and up-to-date information in all of our blog posts so we can offer our readers the best advice to improve their night’s sleep. However, despite our countless hours of sleep research, we aren’t “sleep experts.” And that’s why we reach out to real doctors and sleep specialists to check over our advice and guarantee it’s sound and evidence-based.
Check out our Expert Review Board and learn more about the medical professionals who contribute to our blog below.
Dr. Nayantara Santhi is an associate professor of psychology at Northumbria University in Newcastle. Santhi’s body of work includes numerous articles on how circadian rhythms regulate an individual’s sleep-wake cycle. Santhi’s articles have also focused on related elements such as bright light exposure and melatonin production.
Dr. Jordan Burns is a chiropractor and owner of ProWellness Chiropractic in Fishers, Indiana. He is an Indiana University-Bloomington graduate, where he received his first Bachelor’s of Science degree in Kinesiology while being a member of the men’s track and field team. Dr. Burns then attended Logan University-College of Chiropractic where he graduated with three … Continue reading “Dr. Jordan Burns”
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