Retirement and Insomnia

Many Americans spend years preparing for retirement. However, in some cases, the changes associated with retirement can undermine sleep, leading to difficulties with insomnia. Most people spend the majority of their working lives on a relatively consistent schedule. They awaken…


Menopause and Insomnia

Menopause is a time of significant change for women, so much so that it has been called the “change of life”. Insomnia can often go hand in hand with menopause, although it may be difficult to recognize it for what…


The Hidden Cost of Fatigue in Health Care

As hospitals try to reduce costs, sleep-deprived nurses pose significant and often overlooked costs to workplace efficiency and patient care. Hospitals are losing more than an estimated $2.5 billion annually due to fatigue experienced by nurses nationwide. More than 1.6…


What, Why, and How of Insomnia

The What Every day, millions of people worldwide suffer from an inability to sleep. Occasional sleeplessness affects half of all Americans. For some, the occurrence of insomnia can be brief and resolved without treatment. However, insomnia becomes chronic for 1…


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