Dr. Edgar Garcia-Rill, Professor of Neurobiology and Developmental Sciences and Director of the Center for Translational Neuroscience, lent his expertise to an informative and entertaining report on THV-11 recently about sleep and whether hitting the snooze alarm in the morning is a bad idea. As an expert in sleep-wake regulation, sleep disorders and other disorders of the reticular activating system, Dr. Garcia-Rill was an outstanding resource for the report. His advice? Waking up as gently as possible – such as to soothing sounds – is more important to health than how many times you hit snooze after the alarm goes off. Watch the report on the THV website.