Tom Bradby health: ITV presenter on ‘complete breakdown’ due to insomnia
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“It leaves you wide open to the possibility of entirely rewiring your mental processes. In the depths of despair, what other choice is there?” he said.

There are several lifestyle factors that can make people more likely to develop chronic insomnia, according to Mayo Clinic.

Your work schedule has the potential to disrupt your body’s circadian rhythms or “internal clock”.

For example, frequently changing shifts or travelling across time zones can increase your risk.



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