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Sleep duration, sleep quality, and their association with hypertension of petroleum workers

Citation

Yang, Fen (2020), Sleep duration, sleep quality, and their association with hypertension of petroleum workers, Dryad, Dataset, https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.sbcc2fr3g

Abstract

Objective

Explore Sleep duration, sleep quality, and their association with hypertension of petroleum workers.

Design

Setting and participants Multistage, random-cluster sampling design was used to select study samples, conducted a cross-sectional survey 1,500 prtroleum workers in 6 oil field bases in Karamay, Xinjiang. Unified blood pressure test by occupational physicians at the central hospital. Excluding 53 unfinished questionnaires and 27 unfinished blood pressure tests, 1420 participants were finally included as the subjects.

Outcomes

Main outcome measures were defined by dividing the referral process into three phases: (1) Ascertainment of hypertension; (2) Subjective sleep status was evaluated by the standard Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI); (3) The logistic regressions analysis were performed to evaluate the associations of sleep duration and sleep quality with hypertension.

Results

First, short sleep duration(OR=1.64, 95%CI=1.16-2.31) and poor sleep quaity(OR=3.35, 95%CI=2.40-4.67)) exerted a statistically significant effect on hypertension. Second, stratified analysis, (1) stratified by gender, Short sleep duration and poor sleep quality in female and male can increase the risk of hypertension, the OR values of female were 2.05 (95%CI:1.35-3.12) and 5.59 (95%CI:3.67-8.49), respectively. The OR values of male were 2.00 (95%CI:1.20-3.34) and 2.37 (95%CI:1.42-3.95), respectively (2) stratified by age, Among short sleepers, adults aged 30-44 years had higher adjusted odds of hypertension (OR: 2.19, 95% CI: 1.34-3.59) than older adults aged 45-65 years (OR: 2.70, 95% CI:1.60-4.54). Among poor sleepers, the risk of hypertension increasing with age, the OR values were: 3.43(95%CI: 1.52-7.74); 4.06(95%CI: 2.48-6.62); 4.35(95%CI: 2.60-7.27). (3) Stratified by shift work, we observed slightly increased relations of hypertension prevalence with the extension of shift work compared with non-shift workers, the OR (95% CI) were 2.28(1.20-4.35) and 3.86(2.08-7.15) for shift workers with short sleep duration and poor sleep quality, respectively.

Conclusion

Short sleep duration and poor sleep quality are associated with hypertension prevalence of petroleum workers.

Methods

Subjective sleep status in the previous month was evaluated by the standard Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI)

Usage Notes

Age:0=18-30,1=30-45,2=(﹥45)

Sex:1= Male,0= Female

Ethnicity:1=Han,2= Others

Hypertension:0=No,1=Yes

Shift work:0=No,1=Yes

BMI:1 =(﹤18.5),2=(18.5-24,3=(﹥24)

Smoking:0=No,1=Yes

Drink alcohol:0=No,1=Yes,

Sleep duration:1=7-8h,2=﹤7h,3=﹥8h

Sleep quality:1=Good,2=poor

Funding

Public health and preventive medicine, a key discipline of the 13th five-year plan in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Award: 9911091113404

The 64th Western region postdoctoral talent subsidy program, Award: 2018M643826XB

Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region University Scientific Research Project, Award: XJEDU2018Y029

The 64th Western region postdoctoral talent subsidy program, Award: 2018M643826XB

Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region University Scientific Research Project, Award: XJEDU2018Y029