Difficulty sleeping is one of the most common complaints of survivors of brain injury, especially among adults and veterans. Getting a good night's sleep helps the recovery of survivors of brain injury, and if not attained, can affect their quality of life.
This tip card helps adult and veteran survivors of brain injury learn how to deal with sleep disorders, like insomnia and narcolepsy. Just thinking about the night ahead can be exhausting and stressful for survivors. Sleep disorders can affect all aspects of survivors' lives - at home, at school and on the job. Sleep disorders can also affect cognitive, physical, behavioral and emotional skills and reactions of survivors and affect relationships with family, caregivers, and friends.