Telework has people fleeing big cities, CDC suggests you wear a mask inside your home if you start to feel sick, and the debate over Thanksgiving plans continues.
Anxiety and dread about the state of the world right now are keeping many of us awake at night.
Whether it's your health or your job, some aspect of COVID-19 is probably throwing you off and making it difficult to rest. But we hope you can find some comfort in knowing this is happening to SO many other people right now.
Dr. Michael Awad is a fellowship-trained sleep surgeon and chief of sleep surgery at Northwestern Medicine and joined Dr. Holly Lucille on her Radio MD podcast Mindful Medicine to talk about sleep apnea, how sleep can build immunity, what to do when the world feels out of our control, and he tells us a bit more about this newer field he's in: sleep surgery.