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Sleep Duration and its Correlation with Functional Outcomes of Sleep and Physical Activity in Patients with Adult-onset Diabetes
Azam Ghorbani , Sima Ghezelbash, Homa Alizadeh, Roya Shakouri-Moghaddam
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Bacgrand&objective:Sleephasanimportantroleinbodyphysiologiccyclebutits advantages wouldn’t be considerable till the person experiences sleep problems. One of the sleep problems is sleep duration disorder which is related to diabetes pathophysiology. Both short and long sleep duration are related to glucose intolerance and insulin resistance and eventually with risk of adult-onset diabetes progress. This study was aimed to determine Sleep duration and it’s correlation with functional Outcomes of Sleep and physical activity in patients with adult-onset diabetes.

Methods: In this cross-sectional study 220 diabetic patients were studied that referred to the DiabetesAssociationof Iraninat2010.Simple random sampling method was used in this study.Datacollectionwasusingquestionnairespersonalinformation,EpworthSleepiness Scale and Functional OutcomesofSleep.Data were analyzed using SPSSv.12 and descriptive and analytical statistics.

Results: The results showed that 44.6% (98 people) of participants reported 6-8 hours’ sleep of night.About72.6%(159people)of samples were sedentary.There was no significant differencebetweenphysicalactivityandsleepduration 98.6%(217people)functional outcome scores of the total samples were ≥33.Asignificantstatistical difference showed between sleep duration and the functional outcomes (P=0.059).

Conclusion:At present study, length of night sleep in majority of studyis is the samples was at the range of recommended by American sleep Association (6-8h). so, it seems that, this is the cause of lack of relationship between sleep duration variade with functional outcomes of sleep and physical activity. But finally we can notice that, sleep duration must be considered at care of diabetic patients, for its important role in control of patients and their life style.

Keywords:sleep, physical activity, diabetes type II

Keywords: sleep, physical activity, diabetes type II
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Received: 2014/06/14 | Accepted: 2014/06/14 | Published: 2014/06/14
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Ghorbani A, Ghezelbash S, Alizadeh H, Shakouri-Moghaddam R. Sleep Duration and its Correlation with Functional Outcomes of Sleep and Physical Activity in Patients with Adult-onset Diabetes. JHC. 2012; 14 (3)
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