Study of Shift Workers with Insomnia Shows Those Who Don’t Feel Sleepy May be More Impaired
April 29, 2015
Detroit – Night-shift workers who experience insomnia but report low levels of sleepiness have higher levels of cognitive impairment than those with insomnia who say they experience “excessive” sleepiness, according to a recent study from the Sleep Disorders and Research Center at Henry Ford Hospital. Click here to read more.
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