Knee pain means worse night's sleep for spouses

08/21/2013 | Medical News Today

Spouses of people with chronic knee pain reported poorer sleep, researchers from Pennsylvania State University wrote in the journal Pain. Researchers said data suggest that the closer the spousal relationship, the less refreshing the spouse's sleep became and suggested that the loss of sleep could lead to an increased risk of health problems.

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