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Debt leads one in ten to insomnia

A leading debt management company is reporting a rise in the numbers of its customers who cite loss of sleep as a direct result of debt anxiety as a major catalyst for contacting the company for help.07-02-2012
Award winning Debt Advisory Line receives hundreds of calls per day, many of whom are so worried about their escalating debt problems that they simply can’t sleep.
 
One in ten suffer from insomnia and more than 10 million prescriptions for sleeping tablets are written in England each year so it is an ever present problem in today’s society. Dr Caroline Horton teaches cognitive and clinical psychology to undergraduates and postgraduates and conducts research on sleep and memory. Caroline said: “Generally, we know that anxiety and stress has a complex and bi-directional relationship with sleep quality and being worried about something can lead to a reduction in sleep quality.”
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