Insomnia and Its Relationship to Work and Health in a Working-Age Population

@article{Linton2004InsomniaAI,
  title={Insomnia and Its Relationship to Work and Health in a Working-Age Population},
  author={Steven James Linton and I Bryngelsson},
  journal={Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation},
  year={2004},
  volume={10},
  pages={169-183}
}
Because sleep may directly or indirectly be related to disability, we examined the prevalence of sleep problems in working-age people in the general population and explored the relationship among sleep, health, and work. A cross-sectional survey, mailed to 3,000 people aged 20–60, was employed, featuring criteria to define sleep problems and standardized items to assess work and health. Although the criteria for insomnia was met by 8% of the sample, the 3-month prevalence of sleep problems was… CONTINUE READING

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