Kate Kaplan

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

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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

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

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