A Dose-Response Relationship Between Sleep Duration and Stroke According to Nonhealth Status in Central China: A Population-based Epidemiology Survey


Purpose: The aim was to investigate the relationship between sleep duration and stroke according to nonhealth status among adults in Central China. Methods: A total of 18,670 participants were selected by stratified multistage random sampling method in Henan province during 2013-2015. Restricted cubic splines and logistic regression were used to calculate the association between sleep duration and stroke. Results: Sleep duration showing a J-shaped dose-response association with risk of stroke among the Chinese adults in the study.


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