Nocturia might signal OSA
Obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome is associated with nocturia in adults younger than age 65, a study shows.
The Japanese researchers had previously reported that OSA syndrome is associated with nocturia and deterioration of lower urinary tract symptom-related quality of life and that both were improved by CPAP.
In the current secondary analysis of the earlier study, the team evaluated the impact of OSA syndrome on nocturia, with a focus on differences between adults younger than 65 years and older adults.
The study included