COVID 19, Insomnia, and the Importance of Sleep, with Jennifer Martin, PhD
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Is your sleep schedule a mess? The stress and disrupted routines of the past year have taken a toll on our sleep. Jennifer Martin, PhD, a professor at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and spokesperson for the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, discusses how sleep affects our physical and mental health, what the pandemic has done to our sleep patterns, and effective behavioral treatments and advice that can help us get a good night’s rest. Listener survey - https://www.apa.org/podcastsurvey
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