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consequences of insomnia

If you don’t get this amount of sleep, you’re four times more likely to suffer from a stroke

In December of last year, I reported on a study that found those who didn't sleep for long enough were 15% more likely to suffer from a stroke within 7-25 years. Now a new study has reached a similar (if not even more concerning) conclusion. According to sleep researchers at [...]

The link between insomnia and multiple personality disorder

We already know that sleep deprivation can alter our minds. Now it would appear that a very real risk is associated with sleep disturbance and multiple personality disorder. Now known generically as 'dissociation', the condition describes the disruption of normal psychological or conscious functioning. It often leaves people feeling detached [...]

Insomnia may harm the immune system

Insomnia has a number of health implications. A recent study suggests this may be because sleep deprivation harms our immune system. Researchers discovered that controlling the Toll-like receptor 9 (TLR9) in mice affected their response to vaccinations. The TLR9 gene is hugely important to the human immune system since it [...]

It’s time for doctors to routinely ask patients about their sleep

Charles Morin from the Université Laval, Québec City, Canada and Ruth Benca from the University of Wisconsin, Madison recently reviewed insomnia for the prestigious journal, The Lancet. They determined that insomniacs are five times more likely to suffer from depression or anxiety and are twice as likely to develop congestive [...]

Some shocking insomnia statistics from the UK

The latest Great British Sleep Survey makes rather grim reading. Apparently, more than half of all adults in the UK struggle with sleep - and women are three times more likely than men to have sleep problems. The survey interviewed 11,129 adults and found that 25% of insomnia sufferers had [...]