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What puts you to sleep? Experts weigh in

A Huffington Post piece today surveys a panel of experts on best practices for getting a good night's rest. The researchers advise on what worked for them ("Do boring yet challenging math") and which tips they've tried and found to be overrated ("memory-foam mattresses").

Clete A. Kushida, MD, PhD, medical director of Stanford Sleep Medicine Center, is one of the experts interviewed in the piece, which is a quick and fun read.

Previously: Tips for fighting fatigue after a sleepless nightExploring the effect of sleep loss on healthMore sleeping tips from a Stanford expert and Study estimates Americans’ insomnia costs nation $63 billion annually

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