Friday, April 3, 2009

New Studies Link More Health Problems with Insomnia

A lack of sleep has been associated with many health issues, such as diabetes, obesity, heart disease, poor immune system function, and impaired judgment. Two recent studies suggest adding two more items to the list. The first study links insomnia with an increased risk of high blood pressure. The second study links insomnia with an increased risk of suicidal thoughts and behaviors . (Source: CNN)

Lack of sleep is a serious issue and should be discussed with a doctor. He may suggest a sleep study in order to diagnose and treat a sleep condition.

Need help locating a sleep clinic? Use our sleep clinic locator to find a sleep clinic near you. We also provide some helpful tips on selecting a sleep center.

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Check out other articles about sleep related issues:
Should You Use a Sick Day for Lack of Sleep
What to Expect During a Sleep Study
Helpful Resources for Sleep Disorders

*Information on WheretoFindCare.com is for informational purposes only. Always seek medical advice from your physican if you think you have a sleep disorder.

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