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IMPAIRED SLEEP MAY HAVE SERIOUS HEALTH CONSEQUENCES FOR KIDNEY DISEASE PATIENTS

17:00 EDT 14 Sep 2017 | American Society of Nephrology

• In individuals with chronic kidney disease, high sleep fragmentation was associated with an elevated risk of developing kidney failure. • Higher sleep fragmentation and shorter sleep duration were each linked with steeper declines in kidney function over time. • Subjectively measured daytime sleepiness was associated with an increased risk of early death from any cause.

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