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Beyond Normal podcast: Why sleep is more crucial to your health than ever before

In this episode of Beyond Normal, Wendy Troxel, Ph.D. talks about the importance of quality sleep, during and beyond COVID-19.

Getting enough quality sleep is essential to our health and happiness. Doing so can be a challenge in normal times. During a pandemic, it might feel downright impossible.

In this episode of Beyond Normal, sleep researcher and scientist Wendy Troxel, Ph.D., discusses why sleep is more crucial to our health than ever before, and she shares proven techniques that can help you sleep better starting tonight.

Listen to more episodes of Beyond Normal via The Big Know, Apple Podcasts or Spotify.

If you'd like to be a part of the podcast series, record your COVID-19 story for a few minutes and send the audio by email to beyondnormal@thebigknow.com.

More about Wendy

Wendy Troxel, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders. She is internationally recognized for her research on sleep and the consequences of sleep loss on health, our relationships, and the economy. 

Arianna Huffington recently called her one of the 5 most influential people in sleep. You can learn more about Wendy's work by watching her Being Course or by visiting her Twitter, @wendytroxel.

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