Smoking and Sleep Loss
14th March 2015
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Smoking and Sleep Loss

 Smoking has a huge impact on lifestyle - particularly mood and sleep quality.

 The Sleep journal published research linking heavy smoking to insomnia in 2012.

The 2001 Sleep and Breathing journal linked smoking to the onset of sleep apnea.

 John Hoskins University research showed that smokers have lighter sleep.

Researchers at the University of Rochester found that smoking causes a disruption in the body's natural sleep/wake cycle - making it harder to get to sleep and earlier waking. Prolonged disruption can lead to depression, anxiety and mood disorders.

So, if you are a smoker who doesn't sleep well, and are feeling out of sorts, there could be a solution.

Matthew Hall

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