Insomnia and Nocturia Research Study
Insomnia is a sleep disorder characterized by difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep or waking up too early and being unable to fall back asleep. Over time, lack of sleep can lead to health problems like diabetes, high blood pressure and weight gain.
Nocturia, on the other hand, is a condition in which a person wakes up multiple times during the night to urinate, often disrupting their sleep and causing fatigue and other symptoms during the day.
While insomnia and nocturia are separate conditions, they are often linked. People with insomnia may have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep because they need to use the bathroom frequently during the night due to nocturia. Conversely, waking up frequently during the night due to nocturia can make it difficult to fall back asleep, leading to insomnia.
Take part in a research study for people aged 55 or over who suffer from insomnia and nocturia and contribute to the advancement of medical research.
Eligible volunteers will receive study-related care and study medication at no cost. Financial compensation will also be provided for time and travel expenses.
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Please note: You may or may not benefit medically from taking part and you are able to opt out at anytime and do not have to give us a reason for doing so. Your primary care physician will be informed about your participation and all medical assessments that will be carried out as part of the study. If during screening any abnormal results are found your primary care physician will also be informed.