Hypnotics use but not insomnia increased the risk of dementia in traumatic brain injury patients

The use of hypnotics is associated with an increased risk of dementia in TBI patients with or without insomnia, whereas insomnia alone is not.

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About Mark J. Ashley

Providers of brain injury rehabilitation services.
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