Study: Smokers more likely to experience sleep disturbances

02/6/2008 | Yahoo!

Smokers are more prone to sleep disturbances, possibly because they experience nicotine withdrawal during the night, a new study found. Researchers say understanding nicotine's effects on sleep could help tailor nicotine replacement treatments to minimize the withdrawal effects.

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