The Cleveland Clinic and ABC News (NewsNet5) collaborated to raise awareness about sleep disorders at a recent Wellness Expo. The Clinic’s facility in Lyndhurst, Ohio, hosted the event which focused on various sleep issues, as well as some possible fixes for the afflicted.
On an local news broadcast, experts at the Sleep Disorders Center at the Cleveland Clinic estimated that 10% to 15% of Americans suffer some form of insomnia. Disorders such as insomnia may become more pronounced in the winter, a fact bolstered by Michelle Drerup, Psy.D., who works with the Sleep Disorders Center. “Their insomnia will worsen in the winter time when there’s a lack of sunlight,” said Drerup on the broadcast.
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