Results of a study in the December 15 issue of the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine suggests that the rate of sleep-related problems, including irregular sleep-wake pattern, difficulty initiating sleep, difficulty maintaining sleep, nonrestorative sleep, and excessive daytime sleepiness, were significantly higher in visually impaired individuals than in controls.

Read the study in JCSM: A Nationwide Cross-Sectional Survey of Sleep-Related Problems in Japanese Visually Impaired Patients: Prevalence and Association with Health-Related Quality of Life