Economic difficulties and subsequent sleep problems: Evidence from British and Finnish occupational cohorts

@inproceedings{Lallukka2012EconomicDA,
  title={Economic difficulties and subsequent sleep problems: Evidence from British and Finnish occupational cohorts},
  author={Tea Lallukka and Jane E. Ferrie and Mika Kivim{\"a}ki and Martin J. Shipley and Ossi J Rahkonen and Eero Lahelma},
  booktitle={Sleep medicine},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND Social determinants of sleep may prove to be as important as health status. In this study we examined the extent to which persistent and changing economic difficulties are associated with sleep problems in two prospective occupational cohorts. METHODS We used data from Finnish (baseline 2000-2002; follow-up 2007; n=6328) and British (baseline 1997-1999; follow-up 2003-2004; n=5002) public sector employees. Economic difficulties, sleep problems, and a variety of covariates were… CONTINUE READING

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