Tired of being tired?
Sleep disorders are a big problem for many adults but often go undiagnosed and treated.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 70 million adults across the nation suffer from a sleep disorder. Research shows that primary sleep disorders may be associated with chronic diseases such as obesity, depression, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and stroke.
A sleep disorder is a medical condition which occurs when a person's normal sleep pattern is disturbed over a prolonged period of time. Insufficient sleep can impact daily living and impair reaction time while driving, operating machinery, or performing daily routine work.
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