BMJ: One hour longer sleep at night associated with 12% lower odds of COVID-19

Coronavirus, Deaths, Hospitalization, Infection, Long Covid, Preprint

“Among 2884 exposed HCWs, there were 568 COVID-19 cases and 2316 controls. After adjusting for confounders, 1-hour longer sleep duration at night was associated with 12% lower odds of COVID-19 (p=0.003). Daytime napping hours was associated with 6% higher odds, but the association varied by countries, with a non-significant inverse association in Spain. Compared with having no sleep problems, having three sleep problems was associated with 88% greater odds of COVID-19.”

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** This post was originally published on April 11, 2022 **