Insomnia: Definition, Prevalence, Etiology and Consequences
In this excellent article, Thomas Roth PhD; a leading sleep researcher discusses the far reaching effects of insomnia. This is a great article to provide background on this very common, yet very complex condition - with a prevalence of 30% of the population. Numerous and alarming consequences are discussed - ranging from increased risk of automobile accidents, depression, increased pain, and hypertension. Chronic insomnia was also marked by substantial social and career impairment. This work underscores the tremendous need for better treatments - for a condition that affects up to 1 in 3 of us.
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