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:: Volume 29, Issue 3 (4-2024) ::
__Armaghane Danesh__ 2024, 29(3): 0-0 Back to browse issues page
Restless Legs Syndrome and Quality of Sleep in Pre-diabetic Patients: a cross sectional study
Saeed Razmeh , Fatemeh Sattar 1, Majid Ahmadi , Ahmad Movahedpour , FATEMEH Ganjiani , Laleh Taghavian
1- , ftmsattar8415@gmail.com
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Background: Restless legs syndrome (RLS) is characterized by an uncomfortable urge to move the legs while at rest, relief upon movement or getting up to walk, and worsened symptom severity at night. Studies show that diabetic patients are at high risk of developing RLS and there is associatied with RLS and diabete. RLS has not been investigated in prediabetic patients; The aim of this study is to investigate RLS in prediabetic patients and its relationship with sleep quality, to help improvement of the patient's symptoms and blood sugar control by identifying sleep disorders related to RLS and managing it.
 methods: In this cross-sectional study, 166 patients referred to the medical centers of Yasouj, iran who had inclusion criteria were selected and IRLS and PSQI questionnaires were given to them and questionnaires were completed with the help of the researcher. The information was analyzed by using descriptive analytical statistics through SPSS software.
Findings: The mean age of the patients in this study was 46.23 ± 11.68 years and ranged from 21 to 75 years. 96 (57.8%) were women and 70 (42.2%) were men. The average of RLS score in the examined patients was 3.05 ± 6.54 and ranged from 0 to 35. It was also shown that 68.07% had no symptoms of RLS. Therefore, the prevalence of RLS in pre-diabetic patients was 31.93%. No significant gender difference in score of RLS (P=0.951). There was no significant difference in the severity of RLS between men and women (P=0.097). The mean of the sleep quality score in the investigated patients was 6.25 ± 4.00 and ranged from 0 to 17. It was also shown that 41% had sleep disorders and there was no significant difference between score of sleep quality in men and women  (P=0.168). There was no significant difference between men and women having or not having sleep disorders (P=0.240). The results showed that there is a significant  and positive relationship between the severity of RLS and sleep disorder.(P
Conclusion: The results of the study showed a direct and significant relationship between RLS and sleep quality disorders in prediabetic patients.
Keywords: restless legs syndrome, sleep disorder, prediabetes
Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: Internist
Received: 2023/12/27 | Accepted: 2024/04/30 | Published: 2024/05/20
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razmeh S, sattar F, ahmadi M, movahedpour A, Ganjiani F, taghavian L. Restless Legs Syndrome and Quality of Sleep in Pre-diabetic Patients: a cross sectional study. armaghanj 2024; 29 (3)
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