Gender and socio-economic patterning of self-reported sleep problems in Britain.

@article{Arber2009GenderAS,
  title={Gender and socio-economic patterning of self-reported sleep problems in Britain.},
  author={Sara Arber and Marcos Bote and Robert Meadows},
  journal={Social science & medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={68 2},
  pages={
          281-9
        }
}
Sleep is fundamental to health and well-being, yet relatively little research attention has been paid to sleep quality. This paper addresses how socio-economic circumstances and gender are associated with sleep problems. We examine (i) socio-economic status (SES) patterning of reported sleep problems, (ii) whether SES differences in sleep problems can be explained by socio-demographic characteristics, smoking, worries, health and depression, and (iii) gender differences in sleep problems… CONTINUE READING

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