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ISACamp-Sono: duration, quality and sleep-related disorders in a population based study in Campinas, SP, Brazil

Grant number: 13/19338-1
Support type:Regular Research Grants
Duration: April 01, 2014 - March 31, 2017
Field of knowledge:Health Sciences - Collective Health
Principal Investigator:Tânia Aparecida Marchiori de Oliveira Cardoso
Grantee:Tânia Aparecida Marchiori de Oliveira Cardoso
Home Institution: Faculdade de Ciências Médicas (FCM). Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP). Campinas , SP, Brazil
Assoc. researchers:Agrício Nubiato Crespo ; Denise Cuoghi de Carvalho Veríssimo Freitas ; Edilson Zancanella ; Luciane Bizari Coin de Carvalho ; Luiz Silveira Menna Barreto ; Margareth Guimarães Lima ; Maria Cecilia Goi Porto Alves ; Maria Filomena Ceolim ; Marilisa Berti de Azevedo Barros ; Milva Maria Figueiredo de Martino ; Sara Regina Meira Almeida

Abstract

The importance of the sleep duration and quality for the health promotion and well-being, as well as impairments caused by sleep disorders, are well evidenced. Population-based studies are scarce and necessary to identify the main sleep-related problems, which are prevalent in the Brazilian population. This project (ISACamp-Sleep) is an offshoot of the Health Survey of Campinas (ISACamp) that will be performed in 2013 and 2014. The ISACamp-Sleep aims to examine the aspects related to the duration, quality and sleep-related problems, especially sleep apnea, somnolence and napping, on a representative sample of the population. One specific module about sleep will be inserted in the ISACamp questionnaire, and will be applied in a probabilistic sample of 3,000 individuals aged 10 years or more. Based on this sample, a subsample will be randomly sorted, totaling 400 individuals aged 20 years or more: 300 of them with complaints related to sleep and 100 non-complainants. All participants from the subsample will undergo polysomnography examinations, actigraphy and they will, also, answer sleep evaluation questionnaires and fill in a sleep diary. The exams and questionnaires will be conducted and applied by trained and supervised interviewers and technicians. Beyond the scientific progress, the results may be a guide to managers, researchers and health professionals to point the main prevalent sleep problems in the population and identify the demographics and social subgroups most vulnerable to these problems. (AU)