The influence of job stress, social support and health status on intermittent and chronic sleep disturbance: An 8-year longitudinal analysis
Objective: To determine the role of health status and social support in the relationship between job stress and sleep disturbance, for both intermittent and chronic sleep disturbance. Methods: A total of 1946 mid-life adults completed three questionnaires spanning an 8-year time frame. Sleep disturbance was assessed at each time point, and participants were classified as experiencing intermittent, chronic or no sleep disturbance across this 8-year period. Independent variables included a range...[Show more]
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