Parenthood & Sleep Deprivation0

Insomnia can be particularly hard on parents, because taking care of kids while managing work and other tasks requires so much energy. Some parents are more likely than others to have insomnia—for example, one National Sleep Foundation poll found that 74 percent of stay-at-home moms reported symptoms of insomnia. And parents are more likely to drive drowsy, meaning that sleep disturbances can pose a safety risk as well.

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