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Can Buddhism help me with “coronasomnia”?

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Staying in bed for hours before you can sleep? Do you suddenly wake up at 3 a.m., your mind racing? Getting a good, restful sleep now seems almost like a pre-pandemic luxury. Terms like “coronasomina” describe the anxiety and disruptions the pandemic have made to our sleep cycle.

This is alarming, especially for Buddhists as how we take care of our health is an expression of how much we value our life.

So, how can Buddhism help us get a good night’s sleep?

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