How to Get Your Best Sleep Tonight

Sleep. It's a cherished commodity and most people do not get enough each night. Daylight Savings Time disrupts circadian rhythm. So do smartphones. Altered sleeping patterns can lead to poor dietary choices and overall bad health. To learn more about sleeping well and avoiding the snooze button, ideastream's Rick Jackson spoke with Dr. Michelle Drerup, director of behavioral sleep medicine at the Cleveland Clinic.


- Dr. Michelle Drerup, Director of Behavioral Sleep Medicine, the Cleveland Clinic.

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