Insomnia rife among Australians—especially women

According to the latest findings from Roy Morgan Research, 12% of the Australian population report suffering from insomnia over the last 12 months. The condition is far more common among women (16%) than men (8%), and is more likely to affect people aged 35 and older. Even so, young women aged 18-24 and 25-34 are

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