Sleep wearable could reduce PTSD risk
While sleep disturbance has long been considered a symptom of post-traumatic stress disorder, recent studies show it may also contribute to the condition. Brain State Technologies presented data this week suggesting a wearable device for sleep optimization could decrease the risk of PTSD.

Brain State Technologies worked with researchers from the Wake Forest School of Medicine to analyze data from a study of military service members deployed to Iraq, in which the authors found that the risk for PTSD from insomnia was almost as strong as the risk from exposure to combat, according to a statement.

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