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More sleeping tips from a Stanford expert

I sleep like a champ - or at least, I’d like to think I do. But frequent bouts of temporary restlessness and insomnia have left me questioning whether I’m doing something wrong.

In a recent interview with 7 Live OnlineClete Kushida, MD, PhD, director of sleep medicine at Stanford, provides sleeping tips for people like me. As you'll see in the video above, he discusses the recent time change as well as ways to establish a healthy pattern of behavior for better sleep.

Previously: Ask Stanford Med: Rafael Pelayo answers questions on sleep research and offers tips for ‘springing forward’Stanford sleep expert Rafael Pelayo featured on KGO, Stanford expert: Quality, not quantity, of sleep is what counts and Tips for not losing sleep over daylight-saving time

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