Characteristics of Receipt Rate of Financial Aid for Intractable Disease Patients in Gifu Prefecture, Japan

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A population-based cohort study was conducted to assess the relationship between total mortality and self-reported sleep patterns as regards not only to sleep duration but also subjective sleep quality. A total of 5, 322 inhabitants in Gifu Prefecture, Japan, completed a selfadministered questionnaire on health status and lifestyles including habitual sleep patterns, and were followed-up for an average of 11.9 years. Relative risks were computed by using Cox proportional hazards models. Both longer and shorter sleep, compared to 7-8 hour-sleep, was related to significantly increased risk of total mortality in males (relative risk [RR] for g"10 hours = 1.94, and RR for <7 hour = 1.90), but not in females. Females complaining of poor awakening state experienced a higher mortality risk compared to those who woke up normally (RR: 1.97). Males who usually fell asleep easily showed a marginally lower mortality risk compared to those who fell asleep normally (RR: 0.70). Female users of sleeping pills were at an elevated risk (RR: 1.89). These findings were almost unchanged after adjustment for sleep duration and other confounders. Poor self-reported quality of sleep seemed to be associated with an increased risk of mortality independently of sleep duration. <i>J Epidemiol</i>, 2000 ; 10 : 87-93

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  • Journal of epidemiology

    Journal of epidemiology 10(2), 94-102, 2000-03

    日本疫学会

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  • NII論文ID(NAID)
    10013257576
  • NII書誌ID(NCID)
    AA10952696
  • 本文言語コード
    ENG
  • 資料種別
    ART
  • ISSN
    09175040
  • データ提供元
    CJP書誌  J-STAGE 
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