According to a study in the September issue of SLEEP, people with insomnia were able to drive safely during the first portion of a one-hour simulated driving test that began at 9 a.m. However, compared with good sleepers, drivers with insomnia experienced greater impairments after 20 minutes of driving, displaying a larger standard deviation of lateral position and more lane crossings.
People with insomnia are at risk of drowsy driving in the morning
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