The first pan-African and Asian analysis of sleep problems reveals that an estimated 150 million adults in the developing world suffer from sleep-related problems.
There was striking variation across the countries surveyed—Bangladesh, South Africa, and Vietnam had extremely high levels of sleep problems, in some cases surpassing Western sleeplessness rates. By contrast, India and Indonesia reported relatively low levels of severe sleep problems.
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