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The Effect of Sleep on the Growth of Children

소아의 수면이 성장에 미치는 영향

  • Choi, Minhyung (Department of Pediatrics, Kyunghee University Oriental Medicine Hospital) ;
  • Kim, Deoggon (Department of Pediatrics, Kyunghee University Oriental Medicine Hospital) ;
  • Lee, Jinyong (Department of Pediatrics, Kyunghee University Oriental Medicine Hospital)
  • 최민형 (경희대학교 한방병원 한방소아과) ;
  • 김덕곤 (경희대학교 한방병원 한방소아과) ;
  • 이진용 (경희대학교 한방병원 한방소아과)
  • Received : 2012.10.30
  • Accepted : 2012.11.21
  • Published : 2012.11.30

Abstract

Objectives: The purpose of this study was to estimate differences in physical growth according to sleep during preschool period. Methods: Difference of height and BMI percentile according to quality and quantity of sleep obtained through survey from 377 preschool children was measured using statistical method. Results: There was no significant difference in height and BMI percentile according to bedtime, rising hour, sleeping hours and sleeping environment. Children who had woken up more from scare during sleep showed smaller height percentile. Conclusions: Children who woke up more from scare during sleep could have smaller height.

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