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London: According to a new report, joint pain affects women more physically and psychologically than men.

Nuffield Health, a charity based in the UK city of Epsom, conducted a survey of eight thousand people over the age of 16.

47 percent of the women surveyed (who reported joint pain) said that the pain affected their sleep, while 44 percent of the women said that the pain caused them emotional distress. Affected.

On the other hand, 37 percent of men surveyed reported sleep disturbances and 34 percent reported being emotionally affected. Overall, the survey found that women (80 percent) were more likely to suffer from joint pain than men (77 percent).

Half of the participants in the survey said that their physical health had worsened in the past year, while 40 percent said that their mental health had worsened.

The survey also found that 56 percent of people with joint pain had worse sleep in the past year, while 37 percent of people who never had joint pain had less sleep.

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