Detecting drowsiness following a vehicle crash is difficult, which makes drowsy driving an underreported traffic safety issue. New research from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety provides an unprecedented analysis of in-vehicle dashcam video from more than 700 crashes—and the study found the percentage of crashes involving drowsiness to be nearly 8 times higher than federal estimates indicate
SleepMed’s on-site sleep health screening programs can help avoid these tragedies.
Sleep disorders shouldn’t be politicized
Inaction on Sleep Apnea Draws Ire of NTSB in Train Crashes Inaction draws ire of NTSB in NY transit crashes