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Table 2 Associations between Frequent Consumption of Mexican Food and Sleep-Related Variables Among Individuals of Mexican Descent; N = 100; Late Summer/Early Fall 2017; Nogales AZ

From: Culturally-consistent diet among individuals of Mexican descent at the US-Mexico border is associated with sleep duration and snoring

N = 100 Sleep Duration
(hours)
Sleep Quality
(PSQI score)
Insomnia Severity
(ISI score)
Sleepiness
(ESS score)
Snoring
Mexican Diet B 95% CI p B 95% CI p B 95% CI p B 95% CI p OR 95% CI p
No Reference Reference Reference Reference Reference
Yes 1.41 0.19, 2.62 0.0240 0.11 −2.27, 2.48 0.9290 1.93 −0.95, 4.81 0.1860 −0.89 −4.08, 2.31 0.5810 0.25 0.07, 0.93 0.0390
  1. Models adjusted for age, sex, maternal education, paternal education, Mexican acculturation, and Anglo acculturation
  2. OR Odds Ratio, CI Confidence Interval, PSQI Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index, ISI Insomnia Severity Index, ESS Epworth Sleepiness Scale
  3. P < 0.05 considered statistically significant