Sleep disorders and gout frequently co-exist in adults, an Australian study has confirmed. South Australian researchers have found that people with obstructive sleep apnoea are almost three times more likely to have gout than people without OSA. In their analysis of findings from a national sleep disorders survey of 1948 people, they found that 124 ...
Sleep disorders and gout are frequent co-morbidities
By Michael Woodhead
7 Sep 2021