In this episode, we discuss:
❄️The backstory on how Tara and her husband invented the Chilipad
❄️Explains why nocturnal body temperature is so crucial to regulating the sleep-wake cycle
❄️From a historical perspective, how is the Chilipad mimicking how we used to sleep?
❄️Specifics about the functionality of the Chilipad - are there certain thresholds by which this product works or doesn’t work in variable environments?
❄️Details on the Ooler and its design to mimic our natural circadian rhythm by achieving the coldest temperatures throughout the first half of the night, and slowly warming up as we wake up
❄️Hormones and sleep temperature
❄️What it takes to achieve optimal levels of deep sleep
❄️Tara’s “Sleep Recipe” (learn more about it on her TEDx talk in the show notes)
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