Frequent Binge Drinking Leads To Insomnia In Older Adults, Study Suggests

Binge drinking may cause sleep problems in older adults, research has revealed.

The study, which investigated the sleeping and drinking habits of almost 6,500 adults aged 55 and above, showed that frequent binge drinkers were more likely to suffer from insomnia.

Those who binged for more than two days a week (on average) had a 64% greater chance of reporting insomnia-related symptoms compared to non-binge drinkers.

Results revealed that 30% of participants had two or less binge drinking days per week and 3% had more than two days per week, on average.

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