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Study reveals link between sleep problems and glaucoma

People with unhealthy sleep patterns have increased risk of developing eye disease

Sleeping too little or too much, snoring, daytime sleepiness and insomnia may all increase the risk of glaucoma, a common eye condition that affects millions of people and can lead to blindness, according to a decade-long study.

It is well known that sleeping badly can affect judgment, mood, ability to learn and retain information, and may increase the risk of serious accidents and injury.

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