• By Jeff Olsen

Mayo Clinic Minute: Tips for Better Sleep

March 2, 2016

a man sleeping in bed with alarm clock and light on side table

If you’re struggling to get at least 7 hours of shut-eye every night, it might be because of what’s called your sleep hygiene. That’s the term doctors use for a series of habits that influence sleep.  In this Mayo Clinic Minute, Jeff Olsen talks with Dr. Eric Olson, a Mayo Clinic sleep specialist, about some simple ways to improve your sleep hygiene.

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