Sleep Disturbances Prevalent in Long COVID, Analysis Finds

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More than two in five patients with long COVID suffer from moderate to severe sleep disturbances, according to an analysis published in Journal of General Internal Medicine. The analysis also identified risk factors for moderate to severe sleep disturbances, including race, hospitalization for COVID-19, greater anxiety severity, and fatigue. After adjusting for demographics, Black patients were three times more likely to develop these sleep…

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