Sleep Behavior Directly Affects Risk for Glaucoma

Sleep patterns directly affect the development and progression of glaucoma. In a prospective cohort study, snoring and daytime sleepiness (hazard ratio, 1.11) and insomnia and irregular sleep durations (hazard ratio, 1.13) increased the risk for glaucoma.

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