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Study: 85% of military personnel have sleep disorder

February 4, 2013HME News Staff

TACOMA, Wash. - A study has found that 85% of U.S. military participants had a clinically relevant sleep disorder, according to an article from a military news service. Of those, 51% had obstructive sleep apnea. The study, published in the journal Sleep and conducted by researchers at Madigan Army Medical Center, found that participants slept a mean of only 5.74 hours per night, with 41.8% reporting sleeping five hours or fewer per night. The study analyzed 725 diagnostic polysomnograms, which are...

Air Force, Madigan Army Medical Center, Navy, sleep apnea, sleep disorders, U.S. Army


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