New research suggests gay men are most likely to struggle getting to sleep
New research has found that gay men find it harder to fall asleep than straight men.
A study, carried out over a period of two years, compared the sleep habits of 100,000 people with the National Sleep Foundation’s report that states a healthy adult should get between seven and nine hours sleep every day.
Published in Sleep Health, the research discovered that LGBT+ people in general have more trouble achieving optimum sleep than heterosexual people do.
In fact, gay men specifically had markedly more trouble falling asleep than any other group.
Interestingly, the study also found that gay men are most likely to use medication in a bid to help them have a good nights sleep.
Researchers suggested that the increased likelihood of smoking and mental health issues among
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