Risk factors associated with persistent insomnia were poor sleep quality and low mental health quality of life
(dailyRx News) Many people have insomnia symptoms from time to time, but who’s at risk for persistent insomnia? That’s a question researchers recently set out to answer.
These researchers found that poor sleep quality and poor mental health were the strongest risk factors associated with having persistent insomnia.
The researchers discovered that people with insomnia at the beginning of the study were most likely to have experienced it throughout the whole study.Read more from RxWiki HERE.