Fergus Bescoby discusses sleep disorders and the underwriting factors to consider.
Sporadic difficulties in falling sleep or staying asleep - otherwise known as insomnia - are incredibly common. If it becomes a more regular occurrence, the risk of mental health and relationship issues is heightened. Nearly a third (30%) of the population is suffering from insomnia, which in turn is affecting their health, according to a survey of the nation's sleep habits. Sleep can be defined as "a natural periodic state of rest for the mind and body, in which the eyes usually close and...
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Pulse Insurance's Torquil Mclusky discusses the stigma surrounding mental health, embracing mindfulness and how the industry can provide more inclusive access to cover
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