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

“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.