But just know that interrupted sleep doesn’t translate to actual rest.
If I'd known a decade ago that staying up at night could help with depression, I'd have been less likely to dismiss my own experience as just a curiosity.
This week in science: genetically modified, drug-producing chickens, the health benefits of being a morning person, and using artificial intelligence to read minds.
Does melatonin work? What’s my chronotype? And is it really that bad to look at my phone right before bed?
It's like flying from New York to LA on Friday, and then flying back on Monday morning—every week.
A few small lifestyle tweaks can make the shift easier for aspiring early risers.
Have a seat, smug morning people.
The human body is amazing and also very, very strange.