Kate Kaplan

a psychologist who specializes in sleep disorders, and a clinical instructor at the Stanford University School of Medicine

Kate Kaplan on KCRW

With extra stress and disrupted routines, people are sleeping less well and experiencing “coronasomnia,” as it’s colloquially called.

Less sleep and more vivid nightmares during pandemic: Psychologist offers possible solutions

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