High prevalence of insomnia during COVID-19 pandemic
- Sleep Medicine and Disorders: International Journal
Kawish Garg,1 Harsh Goel,2 Shefali D Gupta3
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The authors review the evidence suggesting greater prevalence of insomnia during the COVID-19 global pandemic. Given the evidence of the role of sleep plays in immune response, sleep or lack thereof may be a modifiable risk factor during the current pandemic.
COVID 19, sleep, insomnia, stress