Matthew Walker  in conversation with Hannah Macinnes.

A rare opportunity to hear the University of California Professor of Neuroscience whose book on sleep exploded onto our shelves as if no other had previously been written.

Drawing on two decades of new science and the findings from over 100 papers from his lab, Professor Walker’s aim is to reverse our neglect of an essential human benefit and appreciate how sleep resets the brain and recalibrates every system in the body, night after night. How this works illuminates every aspect of human health, including obesity, memory loss and mental wellbeing.

Join us and understand why writers and readers instantly vow to change their lives and why news outlets run story after story about this major new book.

 

 

 

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The Tabernacle

35 Powis Square, off Portobello Road
London W11 2AY
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