Welcome back to Sleep4Performance Radio Season 4!
For our first instalment of the new season, we welcome Dr Myriam Juda. Myriam is a Vancouver-based consultant and research psychologist at Simon Frazer University, specialising in circadian rhythms. With expertise in the sleep-wake cycle, shiftwork and light, Myriam has worked with some of the world’s largest companies, including Volkswagen, Arcelor-Mittal, Siemens and Osram.
Additionally, Myriam is founder and director of Circadian Light Therapy; a business providing expertise in circadian rhythms and light therapy in pursuit of optimal sleep, performance and health.
In this episode, we discuss the health effects of daylight savings, the effects of light exposure on mental health, performance and basic physiology, Myriam’s current work and much more.
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