The association between the Framingham risk score and sleep: A Sao Paulo epidemiological sleep study
Sleep Medicine, 06/15/2012
Cintra F et al. – Sleep efficiency in percentage also exhibits a reduction between groups (67.6±2.5; 78.4±1.6; 82.9±0.4, respectively, p<0.001). After adjustment for confounder factors age (p<0.001) and sleep efficiency (p=0.06) remained strongly associated with high risk population. High Framingham risk score was associated with poor sleep efficiency and aging.