Sleeping Problems

Sleep disturbances are one of the most common symptoms following a brain injury. Not getting good, regular sleep can impact your whole world. In fact, studies and surveys have shown that sleep disorders are three times more common in people with brain injury than that of the general population and that nearly 60 percent of people with traumatic brain injury experience long-term difficulties with sleep. Women are more likely to be affected than men, and issues with sleep are more likely to develop as a person gets older.

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