Background: Sleep disturbance is one of the most common symptoms among patients with heart failure (HF), and it may affect the ability of patients to perform self-care. There is a lack of evidence on the association between sleep quality and its components and self-care in adults with HF. Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate the association between sleep quality and its components and self-care in adults with HF. Methods: This study is a secondary analysis of baseline data from the MOTIVATE-HF study, a randomized controlled trial on patients with HF and their caregivers. Only patients' data were analyzed in this study (n = 498). Sleep quality and self-care were evaluated with the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index and the Self-Care of Heart Failure Index v6.2, respectively. Results: A habitual sleep efficiency of 75% to 84% was associated with lower self-care maintenance compared with a habitual sleep efficiency of 85% or greater (P = .031), as was taking sleep medications once or twice a week compared with less than once a week (P = .001). A frequency of daytime dysfunction less than once a week was associated with lower self-care management compared with a frequency of daytime dysfunction of 3 or more times a week (P = .025). Taking sleep medications less than once a week was associated with lower self-care confidence compared with taking sleep medications 3 or more times a week (P = .018). Conclusion: Poor sleep quality is frequently reported by patients with HF. Sleep efficiency, sleep medications, and daytime dysfunction may influence self-care more than the other sleep quality components.

Spedale, V., Fabrizi, D., Rebora, P., Luciani, M., Alvaro, R., Vellone, E., et al. (2022). The Association Between Self-reported Sleep Quality and Self-care in Adults With Heart Failure: A Cross-sectional Study. THE JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR NURSING [10.1097/JCN.0000000000000929].

The Association Between Self-reported Sleep Quality and Self-care in Adults With Heart Failure: A Cross-sectional Study

Spedale, Valentina
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Fabrizi, Diletta
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Rebora, Paola;Luciani, Michela;Ausili, Davide
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2022

Abstract

Background: Sleep disturbance is one of the most common symptoms among patients with heart failure (HF), and it may affect the ability of patients to perform self-care. There is a lack of evidence on the association between sleep quality and its components and self-care in adults with HF. Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate the association between sleep quality and its components and self-care in adults with HF. Methods: This study is a secondary analysis of baseline data from the MOTIVATE-HF study, a randomized controlled trial on patients with HF and their caregivers. Only patients' data were analyzed in this study (n = 498). Sleep quality and self-care were evaluated with the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index and the Self-Care of Heart Failure Index v6.2, respectively. Results: A habitual sleep efficiency of 75% to 84% was associated with lower self-care maintenance compared with a habitual sleep efficiency of 85% or greater (P = .031), as was taking sleep medications once or twice a week compared with less than once a week (P = .001). A frequency of daytime dysfunction less than once a week was associated with lower self-care management compared with a frequency of daytime dysfunction of 3 or more times a week (P = .025). Taking sleep medications less than once a week was associated with lower self-care confidence compared with taking sleep medications 3 or more times a week (P = .018). Conclusion: Poor sleep quality is frequently reported by patients with HF. Sleep efficiency, sleep medications, and daytime dysfunction may influence self-care more than the other sleep quality components.
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heart failure, self-care, self-management, sleep deprivation, sleep quality;
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Spedale, V., Fabrizi, D., Rebora, P., Luciani, M., Alvaro, R., Vellone, E., et al. (2022). The Association Between Self-reported Sleep Quality and Self-care in Adults With Heart Failure: A Cross-sectional Study. THE JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR NURSING [10.1097/JCN.0000000000000929].
Spedale, V; Fabrizi, D; Rebora, P; Luciani, M; Alvaro, R; Vellone, E; Riegel, B; Ausili, D
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