Many people engage in revenge bedtime procrastination as a way to deal with the stress of not having enough time during the day to do things they enjoy doing. The Oregon Clinic’s Dr. Andrea Matsumura recently talked to Shape Magazine to share some tips for getting your sleep back on track if you’ve struggled with this potentially harmful habit. Read the full story on Shape’s website.
Dr. Andrea Matsumura shares sleep tips to help beat revenge bedtime procrastination
Friday, March 25, 2022