A new study found that spouses of military service members experience significant sleep problems, which can impact their health and psychosocial functioning.

Results show that 44% of spouses reported sleeping 6 hours or less per night. Approximately 54% of the sample endorsed daytime impairment due to sleep problems, and 62% reported experiencing daytime fatigue at least 1-2 times per week.

Spouses of currently or previously deployed service members endorsed poorer sleep quality and more fatigue than spouses of service members who had never deployed.

Read more at sciencedaily.com