For at-risk veterans, finding pathways to good sleep is critical

I didn’t appreciate the importance of sleep until I’d faced a period in my life after military service when I couldn’t sleep. In the days following a catastrophic event that left me permanently disabled, sleep became my enemy.

What was supposed to be a function that restored my energy and bodily systems, instead would push me into a dream state where the “able bodied” version of me would run free in seemingly taunting fashion — reminding me of what I’d lost in vivid detail, eroding my self-identity every time I closed my eyes.

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