We just finished reading an interesting article over at Summit Daily News about a potential link between high altitude and sleeping problems.
Apparently, sleeping at high altitudes of around 8,000 - 10,000 feet (where there is less oxygen) can exacerbate sleeplessness.
We've not heard of altitude or low oxygen levels being mentioned as a potential insomnia cause before. We'd be interested in hearing your thoughts on this one - have you any experience of altitude affecting your sleep? Our comments form is below, as usual.
Last updated: June 16, 2010