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Matt Walker
Professor of Neuroscience at UC Berkeley; Sleep Scientist at Google; Author: Why We Sleep
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Matt Walker Mar 18
Should anyone be interested, I’ll be giving a free public lecture on sleep at the San Francisco Hyatt Regency Hotel this Saturday afternoon, March 23rd.
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Matt Walker Mar 17
Thank you, , for such a wonderfully thoughtful, deep and wide-ranging conversation! I hope we get the chance to do it again in the future--I really do. Continue to be brilliant, Rhonda!
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Matt Walker Feb 28
Sincere thanks to for hosting me on the TRAINED podcast. Such an honor to chat with Ryan about all things sleep and performance.
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Matt Walker Jan 28
The pain of sleep loss. Thanks to for featuring our latest research publication.
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Matt Walker Jan 19
It would be a pleasure and a privilege.
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Matt Walker Jan 11
Sincere and reverent thanks to the for taking a risk on public sleep advocacy: Sleep expert Matthew Walker on the secret to a good night’s rest
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Matt Walker Dec 28
A 15% increase in people sleeping less than 6hr a night in the US, relative to 2004. The elastic band of sleep deprivation can stretch only so far before it snaps...
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Matt Walker Dec 28
Replying to @PeterAttiaMD
It would be a true privalage.
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Matt Walker Dec 24
In the event it is of tangental interest to some...
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Matt Walker Nov 9
Caffeine is the only psychoactive stimulant we readily give to our children. Interesting new policy from Costa Coffee. —are you willing to be brave and step up?
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Matt Walker Oct 26
I strongly concur with Prof. Pinker
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Matt Walker Oct 2
Saddening and concerning data from +60,000 teens. The less sleep an adolescent has, the more likely they are to engage in a host of harmful behaviours (self-harm included).
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Matt Walker Sep 11
Sleep loss influences educational outcomes more than drugs or drinking? These data are simply correlation. But we have experimental studies proving the causal link between sleep, cognitive performance and mental health.
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Matt Walker Aug 31
The happiness X factor? *SLEEP* (and by quite some margin)!
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Terra Ziporyn Aug 30
Letter from neuroscientist Matthew Walker supporting : 'If our goal as educators truly is to educate, and not risk lives in the process, then I fear that we are failing our next generation with unsustainable models of early school start times'
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Matt Walker Aug 21
proving that sound sleep = sound business: “We found that sleep-deprived leaders were more impatient, irritable, and antagonistic, which resulted in worse relationships.”
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Matt Walker Aug 14
A Lack of Sleep Triggers Viral Loneliness | Our new findings published today in Nature Comms:
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Christopher M Barnes Aug 7
A Boss’s Bad Night’s Sleep Can Hurt the Bottom Line
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Matt Walker Jul 31
My deep gratitude to the for becoming part of this sleep crusade.
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Matt Walker Jul 29
Too little sleep causes the brain to eat itself: astrocytes ("cleaner cells") begin cannibalizing healthy synapses and brain cells.
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