Understanding Equine Sleep Deprivation

Horses can become excessively drowsy (sleep deprived) due to pain, monotony, insecurity with their environment, and herd dynamics. Understanding sleep, sleep deprivation, and narcolepsy can mean a clearer diagnosis and management plan.

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