Certainly anyone with any type of kidney problems would like to improve their quality of sleep. Depression, insomnia, restless legs, periodic limb movement and sleep apnea are the most common types of disrupters for good sleep.
Ongoing kidney problems is a serious medical condition to manage, so if restorative sleep can be improved, the benefits of a sleep study to identify conditions and manage them can greatly improve how they feel.
Sleep problems are very common in people with kidney disease, but it has not been shown whether it is a cause, consequence, or just along for the ride.
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