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Effect of Lifestyle Pattern on Sleeping Quality among the Students of Selected University

Sasmita Das, Sonam Debnath, Dayanidhi Hota



A descriptive research design was undertaken to assess the effect of lifestyle pattern on sleeping quality of college students of S’O’A University. A total of 50 students were selected by nonprobability convenience sampling technique and data were collected from the students by using structured interview schedule and questionnaire. Demographic characteristics revealed that 66% of the students were in the age group of 18–20 years, 28% were between 21–23 years, 6% were more than 23 years. About 60% of the students were female and 40% were male. About 24% of the students were GNM students, and 76% of the students were B.Sc. Nursing students. A total of 86% of the students were Hindu, 2% were Muslim, 12% were Christian. About 78% of the students were unmarried and 22% of the students were married. About 28% had good sleeping quality, 48% had average sleeping quality, and 24% had poor sleeping quality. Association between sleeping quality of students and selected demographic variables revealed that there is no significant association of age, sex, qualification, and marital status with sleeping pattern.


Keywords: lifestyle pattern, sleeping quality 

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Das S, Debnath S, Hota D. Effect of Lifestyle Pattern on Sleeping Quality among the Students of Selected University. Research & Reviews: A Journal of Health Professions. 2018; 8(3): 17–22p.


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