A good night’s sleep is an important activity for people of all ages. It becomes even more vital for individuals recovering from an illness, a major surgery, or an injury.
According to studies, sleep plays a critical role in keeping every tissue of your body healthy. As you go into a deep slumber, your body repairs damaged cells, replenishes your energy, gets rid of toxic wastes, and enhances your immune function.
Unfortunately, many people find it challenging to maintain a healthy sleeping pattern. In fact, some individuals even suffer from severe sleeping troubles, specifically patients who have or are recovering from a traumatic brain injury.
Head trauma resulting in a traumatic brain injury (TBI) can leave devastating consequences for an individual. One such example is vicious sleep disturbances, such as persistent insomnia.
Read on below to learn more about why it happens and what you can do to improve your sleep quality.
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