Addiction and Sleep
Article from Tuck
From the article:
"Sleep and addiction are intricately linked. Many people use alcohol or other drugs to help them fall asleep and treat their insomnia, and accidentally become addicted as a result. Even if one didn’t have sleep problems before their addiction, long-term substance abuse physically changes your brain’s sleep architecture, disrupting your sleep patterns and sleep quality."
This article discusses the link between addiction and sleep problems and gives tips on how to improve sleep quality during recovery.