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Episode 05: Featuring Daniel Gartenberg PHD

Mar 01,2019

Dr. Daniel Gartenberg provides insight on how you can improve your quantity and quality of sleep, as well as why a good night’s sleep so important to your overall well-being.

There’s nothing quite like a good night’s sleep. Yet, many of us struggle to sleep well and wake up feeling rested. Daniel Gartenberg, Ph.D. wants to help change that. On this episode of Healthy You, Daniel explains why sleep is so essential to our vitality, longevity, productivity, and general health. Plus, he provides scientifically-backed tips for enhancing your sleep.

About Daniel Gartenberg, Ph.D.:

Dr. Daniel Gartenberg received his Ph.D. in cognitive psychology with expertise in sleep, A.I., and preventative health. He is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Penn State University as well as Co-founder and CEO of Sonic Sleep, which is making sleep more regenerative through science of sound, light, temperature, and relaxation. Dr. Gartenberg has also received grant funding from the National Science Foundation and National Institutes of Health.

Sonic Sleep

Sonic Sleep is changing how people sleep through innovative technology, custom sleep tools, and holistic coaching. To learn more about Dr. Gartenberg, take the free sleep assessment, or sign up for personalized sleep coaching visit

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