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De nouvelles données mettent en évidence le fardeau considérable que représente la nycturie
Date:3/17/2013

MILAN, March 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Affection chronique associée à des troubles du sommeil et à une perte notable

de productivité et d'activité non liée au travail

De nouvelles données présentées aujourd'hui au congrès de l'Association européenne d'urologie (EAU) montrent que la nycturie (le besoin d'uriner une ou plusieurs fois la nuit) est associée à une réduction importante de la productivité au travail et des activités de loisirs, de manière semblable à d'autres troubles chroniques comme l'asthme, la BPCO (bronchopathie obstructive chronique) et le RGO (reflux gastro-oesophagien).[1] Il a été démontré que la nycturie réduisait de près de 25 % la productivité au travail de la population active.[1]

Par ailleurs, d'autres résultats d'étude montrent que chez ceux qui en souffrent, les troubles du sommeil représentent le symptôme le plus difficile à supporter. Environ un tiers des personnes souffrant de nycturie sont incapables de retrouver le sommeil et deviennent insomniaques.[2]

La fragmentation du sommeil est une conséquence grave de la nycturie et peut affecter négativement les performances dans la journée.  Une analyse des données obtenues à partir de deux études cliniques randomisées et contrôlées (n=646) sur trois mois, a été effectuée dans le cadre d'une évaluation économique visant à comparer les effets de la nycturie sur la productivité et l'activité par rapport à d'autres maladies chroniques.  La productivité au travail a été évaluée grâce au questionnaire sur la dégradation de l'activité et de la productivité au travail.[3]

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