Sleep Disorders | Sleep Review
CBS: More women, especially mothers, are reporting insomnia during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A recent study shows a 40 percent increase in insomnia since the pandemic began.
“Insomnia can have problems falling asleep, staying asleep, waking up early in the morning or just not being rested,” added Dr. Qanta Ahmed, a sleep medicine doctor at NYU Langone, added.
Ahmed said the problem affects women more than men.
“Especially working mothers – that’s what I call mothers from briefcases to rucksacks. You have a job and you also take care of children. They are among the most sleep deprived in society, ”said Ahmed.
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