Rafael Pelayo

Author; Clinical Professor, Stanford University School of Medicine in the Division of Sleep Medicine

Clinical Professor at Stanford University School of Medicine in the Division of Sleep Medicine and author of  How to Sleep: The New Science-Based Solutions for Sleeping Through the Night. 

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Sleeping — something we do for roughly a third of our lifetimes — is essential for our physical and mental well being.

“Sleeping should not be a chore”: The secret to a good night’s sleep

Sleeping — something we do for roughly a third of our lifetimes — is essential for our physical and mental well being.

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