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Quality of Sleep in College Students



Year of publication 2011
Type Article in Proceedings
Conference SCHOOL AND HEALTH 21 Health Literacy Through Education
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Field Psychology
Keywords sleep; quality of sleep; sleep in college students
Description Sleep of an organism is a state that has yet to be fully described. It is true though that somatic manifestations of sleep may reflect the degree of psychological well-being and, conversely, the quality of sleep greatly influences the perceived quality of life. The supportive data was collected using a questionnaire for Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI). The surveyed group consisted of 106 college respondents (40 men and 66 women), all of combined study students. It was found that even when not all somatic and physiological requirements of sleep are met, the level of perceived quality of sleep is not necessarily lower. The subjective quality of sleep in college students is relatively high and well suited to handle everyday activities.

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