Sleep Disorders in People with Type 2 DiabetesMellitus and Hypertension.
Department of Complex risk Reduction of Chronic non-communicable diseases, L.T. Malaya Therapy,National Institute
of the National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine,
Correspondence to Author: Anna Isayeva
Background: One of the most common non-cardiac
complaints in hypertension individuals is sleep problems.
Insomnia, short sleep duration, and obstructive sleep apnea
are all known risk factors for high blood pressure and
type 2 diabetes. There is, however, little data available on
the prevalence of various sleep problems in hypertensive
Aim: In this study, patients with hypertension and type 2
diabetes were evaluated for their prevalence of various sleep
disorders and their level of daytime sleepiness.
Methods: There was a cross-sectional study done with 120
patients. There are 23 healthy individuals and 38 patients
with hypertension totaling 82 people with combination type
2 diabetes and hypertension. The International Classification
of Sleep Disorders, Third Edition criteria were used to
determine the diagnosis of insomnia. The severity of the
daytime sleepiness was measured using the Epworth scale.
SOMNO check micro helped to diagnose obstructive sleep
Conclusion: Insomnia and problems with the circadian
rhythm of sleep and wakefulness are the most frequent
sleep disorders in people with high blood pressure and
diabetes mellitus. Compared to the control group, people
with hypertension and diabetes mellitus experience sleep
disturbances more frequently. Patients with hypertension
were more likely to experience insomnia, whereas those with diabetes and high blood pressure were more likely to
experience circadian sleep disturbances.
Sleep Wake Disorders; Dyssomnias; Sleep Disorders;Circadian
Rhythm; Sleepiness; Hypertension; Diabetes Mellitus; Sleep
Anna Isayeva. Sleep Disorders in People with Type 2 DiabetesMellitus and Hypertension.. Clinical Imaging and Case Reports 2023.