The Huberman Lab discusses the science of making and breaking habits, with a focus on how different phases of the day are conducive to different kinds of habits. They emphasize the importance of phase two of the day - considered the "relaxation" or "mellow" part of the day - for consolidating new habits and getting deep sleep. The article includes advice on getting into bed at a low light level, avoiding caffeine in the middle of the night, and using sleep aids like NSDR.
The Huberman Lab podcast discusses how habits are formed and how to break them. The first step is to understand how the brain works and how habits are formed. The 21 day process of forming and testing new habits is helpful in assessing whether or not a person can make room for new habits. The podcast also discusses stress reduction, sleep, nutrition, and positive routines.