Poor economy leading to more insomnia sleep doctor

(Stock photo: FreeImages.com) We lose an hour of sleep this weekend with daylight saving time and it’s just piling on to an already growing problem in Calgary.The poor economy is also increasing sleep disorders.Medical Director of the Sleep and Fatigue Institute in Calgary, Dr. Adam Moskovitch explained how.“When people are worried about finances, loss of a job, or they might have lost a job already, and now they are worried about how they are going to support their family, how they are going to pay the mortgage. They are seeing much more demand for services for insomnia,” he said.That lack of sleep doesn’t just affect your ability to pay attention on the road, it also impacts productivity at work and can lead to depression and anxiety as well as other health conditions like diabetes and stroke.Dr. Moskovitch says a growing number of jurisdictions are starting to realize daylight saving time is costing them a lot more than it saves. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Cindy White Posted Mar 9, 2016 10:42 am MDT Poor economy leading to more insomnia: sleep doctor read more

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