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Strategies to promote better sleep in these uncertain times


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Strategies to promote better sleep in these uncertain times

POSTED MARCH 27, 2020, 2:30 PM
Suzanne Bertisch, MD, MPH, Contributor
These are unprecedented times. Given the real and tangible threat of the coronavirus pandemic on personal, community, and societal levels, it is normal to experience anxiety and sleep problems. Sleep is a reversible state marked by a loss of consciousness to our surroundings, and as members of the animal kingdom, our brains have evolved to respond to dangers by increasing vigilance and attention — in other words, our brains are protecting us, and by doing so it’s harder for us to ignore our surroundings.
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