Sleep has become a commodity in urban India, thanks to factors ranging from long work hours, demanding corporate jobs, travel, and more, reports The Economic Times.
Doctors said sleep deficits can aggravate conditions like hypertension, diabetes, depression, obesity and other conditions besides reducing quality of life and productivity. However, those who treat such disorders need to be well trained. Treatment doesn’t come cheap — sleep labs generally charge Rs 600-1,000 per session while the various therapies cost extra.
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