How to Sleep with Coronavirus Anxiety - as seen in the New York Times

Updated: Feb 17

“Focus on adequate sleep, stay hydrated, and manage symptoms to recover,” said Dr. Medalie. “During this time of uncertainty, work on what you can control: your sleep habits.”

The science is simple: a good night’s sleep supports the release and production of cytokine, a protein that helps the immune system quickly respond to antigens — foreign substances which cause the body’s immune response to kick in — according to Dr. Medalie.

Read the full article with tips from Dr. Medalie and fellow experts in the field.