A study of glaucoma patients with optic nerve damage and vision loss revealed possible connections between glaucoma, vision outcomes and sleep problems. The odds of vision loss were three times higher for people who got 10 or more hours of sleep, compared with those who got seven hours a night. People who slept three or fewer hours a night were also three times more likely to report vision loss. Should you ask your glaucoma patients about the quality of their sleep?
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