Gay people are more likely to have trouble nodding off, wake in the night, require sleep medication AND feel unrested the next day, study finds



Gay people are more likely to experience trouble sleeping, new research reveals.
Homosexual men are significantly more likely to have trouble falling asleep, require medication to overcome insomnia or wake feeling unrested compared to straight or bisexual males, a US study found.
Lesbians are more at risk of struggling to fall or stay asleep, needing anti-insomnia drugs to help them nod off and feeling they need more shut eye in the morning, the research adds.
Previous findings reveal gay or bisexual people are more likely to smoke and suffer severe psychological stress, both of which... read more

 
14 December 2017 in Science &Technology, Views: 39
Source: Daily Mail
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