Thursday, September 13, 2012
A study of nearly 1,100 smokers conducted by German researchers found that 17 percent of survey participants got less than six hours of sleep each night and 28 percent reported disrupted sleep.
Findings only suggest that smokers are at a higher risk for sleep problems. It could be that smokers have other habits that could affect their sleep. However, researchers still say there’s a good chance that the stimulating effects of nicotine in cigarettes could be a factor in losing sleep.
Find out more in the article on Reuters.com.
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