Better Sleep, Healthier Immune System

Monday, July 6th

Sleep is becoming the latest casualty of the COVID-19 crisis. Too many sleepless nights can trigger both physical and mental health problems as well as interfere with even simple tasks required in life.

Retired Colonel Dr. Michael Lewis, former US Army infectious disease researcher came on the program to talk about how insufficient or poor-quality sleep (anything less than 7-8 hours) not only impairs such abilities as concentration, mood, judgment, attention span, creativity, and productivity, but it also severely reduces our body's immune function..
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