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Sleepy athletes may face higher concussion risk
by Manas Mishra
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25 April 2019
On 25 April 2019 Reuters reported:
College athletes may face a higher risk for sport-related concussions if they have insomnia or even if they're just chronically sleepy, a new study suggests. Among 190 NCAA [National Collegiate Athletic Association] Division-1 athletes who completed surveys for the study, the chance of getting a sports-related concussion during the next year was 14.6 times higher for those with both insomnia and excessive daytime sleepiness than for those who were well rested.
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... But on its own, moderate-to-severe insomnia more than tripled the athletes' risk of concussion, and excessive daytime sleepiness -- even just a few days a month -- more than doubled it.
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