Treating Sleep Disorders of the Brain Injured Proves to Be Difficult

A new study published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine notes the treatment of sleep disorders in patients suffering from a traumatic brain injury is not effectively alleviating the symptoms complained of. This new study shows that patients with brain injuries, although sleeping better, still experience mood swings, daytime sleepiness, and lowered cognitive performance. Researchers claim some of the brain injury test patients may have had serious sleep disorders prior to suffering a traumatic brain injury. To read more about this brain injury study, please click here.

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