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Calming Your Brain for Better Sleep

Planning and worrying activate the prefrontal cortex, which makes it harder to fall asleep and stay asleep. Fortunately, it's possible to calm an overactive prefrontal cortex, and here's how. Read More

Comments on "Calming Your Brain for Better Sleep" | Psychology Today

Inspiring quest there. What happened after? Thanks!


I finished the manuscript, and found it's a lot easier to sleep when you don't have a huge project hanging over you. But I'm glad I was able to rely on little gratitude interventions when I needed them.

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Alex Korb, Ph.D., is a postdoctoral researcher at UCLA and scientific consultant for BrainSonix Inc. 


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