Financial strain is a significant correlate of sleep continuity disturbances in late-life.

@article{Hall2008FinancialSI,
  title={Financial strain is a significant correlate of sleep continuity disturbances in late-life.},
  author={Martica H Hall and Daniel J Buysse and Eric A. Nofzinger and Charles F. Reynolds and Wesley K. Thompson and Sati A Mazumdar and Timothy H. Monk},
  journal={Biological psychology},
  year={2008},
  volume={77 2},
  pages={217-22}
}
Although psychological stress has been associated with disturbed sleep in younger populations, little is known about the stress-sleep relationship in late-life. In the present study, we evaluated relationships among a chronic stressor, ongoing financial strain, and sleep in a heterogenous sample (n=75) of community-dwelling elders (mean age=74.0 years). Self-report measures included ongoing financial strain, mental health, physical health and subjective sleep quality. Sleep duration, continuity… CONTINUE READING

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