shift work


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shift work

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"In NHSII, MS risk tended to increase with a longer history of shift work (20+ years), suggesting that long-term or early career circadian disruption might be critical for MS," the authors write.
The (https://www.ajog.org/article/S0002-9378(19)30884-1/pdf) study , titled "The impact of occupational shift work and working hours during pregnancy on health outcomes," was published in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology earlier this month.
"We were surprised by the number of nurses potentially suffering from common sleep disorders, most notably, chronic insomnia and shift work disorder," said lead author Francis Christian, a second-year fellow at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.
Analysis by the researchers found no link between night shift work and the likelihood of developing breast cancer.
In 2007, the International Agency for Research on Cancer, part of the World Health Organisation, said that shift work which disrupts the sleep cycle is "probably carcinogenic".
Our 24-hour society has made night shift work essential to people in many professions, including medical specialties.
Scheduling and shifting are the key uniqueness of shift work and nurses are mostly bounded into different schedules that facilitate 24-hour care.
Shift work is a significant biological and social stressor.
A SHORT nap during breaks is one of several strategies to avoid becoming dangerously fatigued during nurses' shift work, a sleep researcher says.
Shift work is prevalent globally and, especially in the hospital environment, night shift is very much needed to ensure the continuity of care.
According to the International Classification of Sleep Disorders, there are 8 types of sleep disorders and nutrition is affected mostly by shift work sleep disorder (11).