Restless sleepers and sleep-deprived parents know better than anyone the precious commodity known as a good night's sleep. Unfortunately for many of us, waking in the middle of the night -- either because of a child or because our bodies can't seem to relax -- is an all too common occurrence, and the resulting consequences can have a lasting effect on the whole day.
As a member of the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program at the University of Pennsylvania and one Board-certified in Behavioral Sleep Medicine, Dr. Michael Grandner has spent years researching and studying sleep. In his experience, many people who have trouble falling back asleep all make the same mist...
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