Jul 2, 2008
why insomnia is a common problem for people living with HIV?
| Response from Dr. Henry
Sleep problems are very common in the general population and are likely more common among persons who are stressed out due to illness, financial worries, HIV treatment side effects (ie from efavirenz), underlying mental illness, substance abuse and many other factors which are often more common among HIV+ persons than in the general population. KH
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