A study in Neurology found the risk of developing sleep disorders -- such as insomnia, hypersomnia, sleep apnea and sleep-related movement disorder -- was higher among veterans diagnosed with traumatic brain injury. The findings, based on data from more than 1.8 million veterans, showed the link was stronger for veterans with mild TBIs .
Sleep disorder risk may be higher for patients with TBI
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