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Beating Insomnia

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In the debut of our Fight Back Minicast series, renowned sleep expert Dr. Rafael Pelayo answers the questions “What is Insomnia?” and “Are sleep monitoring devices effective?” Dr. Pelayo is a clinical professor at the Sleep Medicine division of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science at Stanford University.

Click here to listen to the full “Trouble Sleeping?” podcast with Dr. Pelayo.

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