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Will Pandemic Sleep Troubles Lead to Wave of Chronic Insomnia?

Dubbed “COVID-somnia” or “coronasomnia,” more than half of Americans have experienced increases in sleep disturbances since the start of the pandemic.

In this Facebook Live, Michael Grandner, PhD, MTR, director of the Sleep and Health Research Program at the University of Arizona, and director of the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Clinic at Banner-University Medical Center Tucson, explains the reasons for those sleep troubles and questions the implications for the future. He also highlights the latest frontiers in sleep science, and offers his best advice for optimizing sleep.

Last Updated May 27, 2021

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