Coronasomnia is keeping people up at night


Coronasomnia is caused by two main culprits, disruption of routine, and ongoing stress and anxiety.

Whether juggling the demands of working from home or helping children navigate virtual schooling, our daily lives have been upended, and we’ve all had to deal with the stress of the new normal.

Doctor Nicole Avena joins Gayle Guyardo on BLOOM with ways to get more

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