Associations of quality of sleep with lifestyle factors and profile of studies among Lithuanian students.

  • Preišegolavičiūtė E
  • Leskauskas D
  • Adomaitienė V
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UNLABELLED The objective of the study was to analyze associations among quality of sleep, profile of the studies, and lifestyle factors among the students of three different study profiles (medicine, economics, and law). MATERIAL AND METHODS A total of 405 randomly selected students from the first and fourth years of studies from 4 different universities in Lithuania answered the standardized questionnaires consisting of two parts: 1) the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI) for subjective evaluation of sleep quality; 2) the questionnaire about sleep and lifestyle habits and impact of poor sleep on the quality of life developed by the researchers. RESULTS More than half (59.4%) of the students scored higher than 5 on the PSQI, which allowed suspecting sleep disorders. A significant difference in the frequency of poor sleepers was found regarding the profile of studies (P

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  • Evelina Preišegolavičiūtė

  • Darius Leskauskas

  • Virginija Adomaitienė

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