Air Pollution Linked to Poor Sleep, Study Finds

Researchers believe that air pollution, particularly nitrogen dioxide and small particulates known as PM 2.5s may adversely affect your sleep. The report comes from five years of data collected in six U.S. cities, according to The Guardian. Even after accounting for age, conditions such as sleep apnea and smoking status, statistics still showed that sleep efficiency was lower for those exposed to the highest pollution. Air pollution has become a major health danger around the world, with...

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