Sleep Difficulties Plague Bostonians After Monday’s Bombing.

The Boston Globe (4/19, Kotz) “Daily Dose” blog reports that in Boston, “sleeping difficulties have been one of the most common health complaints since the attack, according to local hospital physicians.” The blog adds, “Sleep specialists say that insomnia and nightmares are normal within the first several days after such a traumatic event, and many people may be making problems worse by self-medicating with alcohol, cigarettes, and caffeine.”

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— “Sleep problems plaguing many in Boston after marathon bombing, “Deborah Kotz, The Boston Globe, April 18, 2013.

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