Insomnia in the military is up 650% since 2003 — here's how DoD is hoping to curb that trend
from Military Times
More than ever, service members are struggling to fall asleep. That was the takeaway, in layman's terms, of a 14-year study by the Sleep Research Society that analyzed the association of insomnia with combat exposure in 1.3 million military personnel. And while post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injuries suffered as a result of combat deployments have been identified as known contributing factors, solutions to the alarming trend have proven to be elusive. Until now.
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