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Quality of Sleep and its Associated Factors among Male Workers in Small-scale Manufacturing Industries

소규모 제조업 사업장 남성 근로자의 수면의 질 및 관련요인

  • Park, Eui-Soo (Department of Health & Medical Information, Daejeon Health Science College) ;
  • Shin, Eun-Sook (Department of Health Administration, Joongbu University) ;
  • Cho, Young-Chae (Department of Preventive Medicine and Public Health, Chungnam National University School of Medicine)
  • 박의수 (대전보건대학교 보건의료정보학과) ;
  • 신은숙 (중부대학교 보건행정학과) ;
  • 조영채 (충남대학교 의학전문대학원 예방의학교실)
  • Received : 2014.06.16
  • Accepted : 2014.10.10
  • Published : 2014.10.31

Abstract

This study was conducted to determine the quality of sleep, and its association with the sociodemographic characteristics, health-related characteristics, and job-related characteristics among male workers in small-scale manufacturing industries with fewer than 50 members. A self-administered questionnaire was distributed to 856 male workers from April $1^{st}$ to June $30^{th}$, 2011. The survey items included the variables of sociodemographic, health-related, job-related, and quality of sleep. As a result, the quality of sleep according to the PSQI of the study subjects revealed 32.0% to be good and 68.0% to be poor. The quality of sleep assessed by hierarchical multiple regression analysis was significantly lower in the married group, those with lower BMI, and those with a lower level of subjective health status, non-smoking, alcohol drinking, without regular exercise, coffee drinking, blue color, had a longer of working hours, subjective health status, had a visiting out-patient department, and had a history of hospitalization. With the above model, the job characteristics had 13.1% explanatory power. This suggests that the quality of sleep (PSQI) has more power when combined with the job characteristics.

Keywords

Quality of sleep;Male worker;Manufacturing industry

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