Easy to sleep, if you're this guy
Today's front page of the New York Time
s carries a rather unsettling story
about people who are so rattled by the recession that they're having panic attacks, chest pains and general hysteria
at all hours of the day and night. Some are getting scrips for psychiatric drugs
. Others are seeking treatment for insomnia
Good to know St. Louisans aren't left out of this trend!
As St. Louis doctor Joseph Ojile
reporter Pam Belluck, his Clayton Sleep Institute
has racked up a 25-percent increase in patients
"Many seeking help 'are fearful,' not 'actually incurring economic difficulty,'" the story quotes Ojile as saying.
But of course...It's Clayton!