Study links psychological and social work factors to disturbed sleep

A study in the April issue of the journal SLEEP reports that psychological and social work factors were significantly linked to disturbed sleep and difficulties initiating sleep. According to the authors, quantitative job demands, decision control, role conflict, and support from superior were the most robust predictors of sleep problems and, therefore, may be suitable targets for interventions aimed at improving employee sleep.

Read the study in the journal SLEEP: Effects of Psychological and Social Work Factors on Self-Reported Sleep Disturbance and Difficulties Initiating Sleep

2016-04-14T00:00:00+00:00 April 14th, 2016|Research|