Wednesday September 23, 2020

Medical matters

The importance of a good night’s sleep

24th April, 2010

When I started working as a junior doctor, one of the things I found really hard was the sleep deprivation that went with the job.

In my case, lack of sleep was due to being called regularly during the night, but for many people, nights without sleep without obvious cause are recurrent and distressing.

Studies suggest that up to a third of people suffer with insomnia at some stage in their lives.

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