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  Latest research | Guarantee sleep is a healthy premise,Sleep is important for human physiological functions, psychological functions, immune systems, work and learning performance.Sleep disabilities include insomnia, sexy, narrative, day and night rhythm sleep, awakening obstacles, sleep related exercise and respiratory disorders, etc.The incidence of adult sleep disorders is at 6.25% -35.9% between 9%,Sleep structures are also distinct in different ages and genders.Research has shown that,Poor sleep (lack of sleep, other sleep disorders such as sleep time) is related to bad health outcomes,Such as metabolic diseases, depression symptoms, cardiovascular diseases and cognitive functions.therefore,Exploring the improved potential influencing factors that cause sleep disorders are critical.Epidemiological study found thatSleep is related to some dietary factors,Such as vegetables, fruits, dairy products, plant estrogen, caffeine and zinc.Multi-unsaturated fatty acids (PUFAS) is a widely presented basic nutrients in food.Research has shown that,N-3 and N-6 fatty acids may be beneficial to cardiovascular systems, mental health, cognitive functions, etc.However, the beneficial impact on sleep has not yet conclusions.

  Researchers from the University of Qingdao University, using national health and nutrition surveys (NHANES) data,Exploring the relationship between N-3 and N-6 fatty acids and sleep disorders, sleep dysfunction,The results were published in “Nutrients”,The results pointed out: the proportion of diet N-6 fatty acids and N-6: N-3 is positively correlated with sleep disorders.Male intake N-3 fatty acids are negatively correlated with sleep disorders; N-3 fatty acids are negatively correlated with long-term longness of sleep[1].

  

  ▲ Source | Nutrients

  DOI: 10.3390 / Nu13051475

  Research Design | Researchers US National Health and Nutrition Survey (NHANES) is the health and nutritional status of American population.The research data is released every 2 years.Exclude standard?Not 18 years old?Is dietary data and sleep data?Pregnancy and lactation women?Energy intake exception?Take the sedative hypnotic drug sleep problem:?Sleep disorder: Doctor or other health professionals diagnose sleep disorders?Sleep time: ≥9 hours, 7-<9小时、5-<7小时 、<5小时膳食n-3和n-6脂肪酸摄入:?使用24h膳食回顾调查法收集脂肪酸摄入信息。?用总能量摄入量校正n-3和n-6脂肪酸摄入量其他变量:年龄、性别、家庭年收入、教育水平、婚姻状况、种族/民族、吸烟、咖啡、饮酒、慢性疾病、BMI、工作相关的身体活动、娱乐运动、季节等。

  Research found |

  What is the characteristics of participants in this study?

  A: This study included 18,310 participants.Female accounts for 50.95%,Sleep disorders account for 8.36%.

  Participants of sleep disorders are more growing, smoking, with depressed symptoms, and people who have diabetes.Family income is lower,Caffeine intake more; meal intake N-6: N-3 is higher,N-6 fatty acid intake level is high.

  What is the relationship between diet n-3 and N-6 fatty acid intake and the risk of sleep disorders?

  answer:

  ?N-6 fatty acid intake (mg / kcal / d): in pour U-shaped correlation (p nonlinear = 0.002):

  Minimum set of intake (<0.18)相比,摄入量中等(6.18-<8.32)组睡眠障碍风险显著增加30%(OR=1.30;95%CI:1.04-1.62;p<0.05);

  

  ?N-6: N-3 ratio

  With the lowest group (<8.19)相比,比例中等(8.18-10.15)组和最高(≥10.15)组睡眠障碍风险分别显著增加42%(RR=1.42;95%CI:1.13-1.78;p<0.01)和36%(OR=1.36;95%CI:1.08-1.70;p<0.01);

  

  ?Men,N-3 fatty acid intake is negatively negatively correlated with sleep disorder:

  With the lowest group (<0.65)相比,比例中等(0.65-0.91)组和最高(≥0.91)组睡眠障碍风险分别显著降低28%(RR=0.72;95%CI:0.54-0.97)和32%(OR=0.68;95%CI:0.49-0.95)。

  What is the relationship between diet N-3 and N-6 fatty acid intake and sleep?

  answer:

  ?N-3 fatty acid intake is negatively correlated with too short sleep, short sleep, long sleep risks:

  - too short sleep (<5h/晚):RR=0.61;95%CI:0.46-0.80;p<0.01

  - Short sleep (5-<7h/晚):RR=0.83;95%CI:0.73-0.95;p<0.01

  - Long sleep (≥9h / night): rr = 0.81; 95% CI: 0.68-0.98; P<0.05

  ?N-6 fatty acid intake is negative with too short sleep risks:

  - too short sleep (<5h/晚):RR=0.57;95%CI:0.45-0.73;p<0.01

  ?N-6: N-3 ratio: No significant correlation.

  Research Significance | This study was the first study of the relationship between dietary N-3 and N-6 fatty acid intake and sleep disorders, sleep dyspicies.The study found that the ratio of diet N-6 fatty acid intake and N-6: N-3 is positively correlated with sleep disorders.Male intake N-3 fatty acids were negatively correlated with sleep disorders; N-3 fatty acid intake was negatively correlated with the long period of sleep.however,Direct evidence about the correlation between fatty acid intake and sleep is still limited,The impact mechanism is still unknown,Further deep research is required in the future.

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  [1] Luo J, GE H, Sun J, Hao K, Yao W, ZHANG D. Associations of dietary Ω-3, Ω-6 Fatty Acids Consumption with Sleep Disorders and Sleep Duration Among Adults. NuTrients. 2021 APR 27; 13 (5): 1475. DOI: 10.3390 / Nu13051475.

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