Sleepiness comorbid to musculoskeletal pain is associated with worse quality of life and mood symptoms in a general population sample.

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Title
Sleepiness comorbid to musculoskeletal pain is associated with worse quality of life and mood symptoms in a general population sample.
Journal
Sleep science
Author(s)
Hirotsu C., Frange C., Hirata P.H., Cremaschi R.C., Coelho F.M., Andersen M.L., Tufik S.
ISSN
1984-0659 (Print)
ISSN-L
1984-0063
Publication state
Published
Issued date
2019
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Volume
12
Number
2
Pages
79-87
Language
english
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Publication types: Journal Article
Publication Status: ppublish
Abstract
Musculoskeletal (MSK) pain and hypersomnolence (HPS) are very disabling conditions that may share some pathophysiological factors. This study aimed to evaluate the interaction between MSK pain and HPS and its association with mood symptoms, fatigue, quality of life, and both objective and subjective sleep quality.
Cross-sectional study.
General population based sample.
510 individuals from EPISONO cohort, São Paulo (Brazil).
All participants completed questionnaires, had clinical assessment and underwent a full-night polysomnography. HPS was defined according to Epworth Sleepiness Scale while the presence of MSK pain was defined by structured questionnaire. The sample was allocated into 4 groups: control (CTRL, n=281), HPS (n=141), MSK (n=50), and both conditions (HPS+MSK, n=38).
MSK pain and HPS by themselves were associated with worse mood symptoms and quality of life. However, individuals with both associated conditions (HPS+MSK) presented higher frequencies of moderate to severe depression (44.1%) and anxiety symptoms (45.7%), as well as an additional decrease in quality of life compared to the other groups. There were no differences between HPS+MSK and MSK groups in objective sleep pattern. With regard to subjective sleep, HPS+MSK presented a higher prevalence of sleep attacks and cataplexy compared to all other groups.
The combination of MSK pain and HPS was associated with worse mood symptoms, quality of life and HPS-related features. This study suggests that sleepiness may be an important symptom to be investigated and treated in MSK pain-related conditions for a better quality of life.
Keywords
Disorders of Excessive Somnolence, Mood Disorders, Musculoskeletal Pain, Quality of Life., Sleep
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