عنوان مقاله [English]
Introduction: Sleep disorder is a common problem in adult quality of life, especially in patients with hypertension, which affects their physical and mental health. Therefore, this study aims to investigate the factors related to sleep disorders in the quality of life of the sample.
Methods: The present study is a descriptive-analytical study on the quality of life of people with essential hypertension. The statistical population of this study included all patients with hypertension residing in Mashhad in order to conduct a study on 125 patients with major hypertension referred to specialized clinics and physicians' offices specialized in this field by non-random sampling method. were chosen. Participants were assessed through a research instrument including the Petersburg Sleep Quality Questionnaire (PSQI) and the 36-item Quality of Life Questionnaire (SF-36), and then the data were analyzed using Pearson correlation. The following is SPSS software.
Results: According to the findings of the study, it was found that high blood pressure in those affected in these physical, psychological and environmental domains generally decreases and decreases the quality of life. To women. Married people are also more likely to have sleep disorders due to their greater responsibility in life. Based on the results, it can be concluded that the economic status has a significant effect on the quality of sleep in people with hypertension, so that the higher the welfare index in their lives, the higher the quality of sleep. According to the findings of the study, socioeconomic status had a greater impact on sleep quality in hypertensive individuals.
Conclusion: Overall, the quality of sleep and hypertension are severely affected by lifestyle, and people with hypertension may have sleep disorders.
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