How Wildfires Impact Sleep: Health & Poor Air Quality

Wildfire season is upon us and coupled with the extreme drought that much of the United States is experiencing, we have a recipe for a disastrous 2022 wildfire season.
In fact, according to the CDC wildfires are starting earlier, spreading faster, and burning longer than ever experienced in recorded history. If that isn’t enough to keep us up at night, wildfires have also been linked to multiple health concerns including trauma and PTSD, cardiovascular ailments, respiratory illnesses, cancers, and poor sleep. Inadequate sleep, caused by the poor air quality that wildfires create, leaves us even less able to cope with the acute dangers of the wildfires and with managing life itself.
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