The study of a series of patients at Madigan Army Medical Center has led doctors to discover a new unique sleep-related condition impacting combat soldiers called Trauma-associated Sleep Disorder.
According to published results, all of the young men developed disruptive nighttime behaviors and nightmares after suffering a traumatic experience. Some reported screaming and combative movements, while others experienced night sweats and crying episodes throughout the night.
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