Deployment-related insomnia in military personnel and veterans.

@article{Bramoweth2013DeploymentrelatedII,
  title={Deployment-related insomnia in military personnel and veterans.},
  author={Adam D. Bramoweth and Anne Germain},
  journal={Current psychiatry reports},
  year={2013},
  volume={15 10},
  pages={401}
}
Insomnia is a prevalent disorder that greatly impacts military personnel, especially those deployed in support of combat efforts. Deployment-related stressors like combat exposure, mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) irregular sleep-wake schedules, and adjustment to the return home all contribute to insomnia. However, insomnia can also exacerbate the deployment experience and is a risk factor for traumatic stress reactions such as PTSD, depression, and suicide. Military personnel with mTBI are… CONTINUE READING

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