Journal article

Greater bed- and wake-time variability is associated with less healthy lifestyle behaviors: a cross-sectional study

Mitch J Duncan, Christopher E Kline, Amanda L Rebar, Corneel Vandelanotte, Camille E Short

JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH-HEIDELBERG | SPRINGER HEIDELBERG | Published : 2016

Abstract

AIM: This study examines associations between the variability in bed/rise times, usual bed/rise time and dietary quality, physical activity, alcohol consumption, sitting time, sleep insufficiency and a composite index of behaviors. SUBJECT AND METHODS: A random sample of Australian adults drawn from an online Panel cohort in 2013 completed a cross-sectional online survey. A total of 1,317 participants, median age 57 (IQR=20) completed the survey. Bed- and wake times, variability in bed- and wake-times, dietary quality, physical activity, alcohol consumption, sitting time, sleep insufficiency and socio-demographics were assessed using a questionnaire. Associations were examined with generaliz..

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