Oct 15, 2006
Can HIV affect sleep patterns, causing Insomnia and lack of sleep, without any aid from Meds that deliver a drowsy sensation?
Response from Dr. Horwath
Yes, insomnia is a very common problem in people with HIV infection. The cause is not clear, but HIV has effects on many body functions, and sleep is one of them.
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