From Fox News: Smokers may get fewer hours of sleep and have less restful slumber than non-smokers, according to a German study that looked at more than two thousand people.
Researchers whose work appeared in the journal Addiction Biology found that of nearly 1,100 smokers surveyed, 17 percent got fewer than six hours of sleep each night and 28 percent reported “disturbed” sleep quality.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/health/2012/09/14/smokers-may-have-more-sleep-problems/#ixzz26SfgzKeY
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