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AbstractWith over 50 percent of Americans claiming they do not get a good night’s sleep on a regular basis, insomnia has become a major health and wellness concern. In fact, most people—including children—do not get enough sleep each night. According to University of Michigan clinical psychologist Todd Arnedt, who specializes in treating patients with insomnia, “the most common thing I hear from people is—I'm not able to shut my mind down at night, my mind is running about what I've got to do the next day.” Stress and anxiety about things such as current events, the pandemic, deadlines and pressures at work or taking care of kids can keep you awake at night.
DescriptionBlog post with tips on improving sleep habits
CitationAshschlager, Jenna. (2021, June 8). Do You Get Enough Sleep ? Ten Tips to Improve Sleep Habits.
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