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Table 1 Socio-demographics and the prevalence of nocturia and poor sleep quality (N = 500)

From: The mediating role of sleep quality in the association between nocturia and health-related quality of life

Socio-demographics
 Mean age (SD)57.5 (9.8)
 N (%)
Gender
 Women287 (57.4%)
 Men213 (42.6%)
Marital status
 Not married130 (26.0%)
 Married370 (74.0%)
Employment status
 Working202 (40.4%)
 Not working298 (59.6%)
Nocturia
  ≥ 1 episode per night400 (80.0%)
  ≥ 2 episode per night156 (31.2%)
  ≥ 3 episode per night56 (11.2%)
Sleep quality
 Mean PSQI global score (SD)7.1 (3.7)
 PSQI global score > 5302 (60.4%)
Comorbidities
 Hypertension250 (50.0%)
 Diabetes75 (15.2%)
 Heart disease58 (11.6%)
 Stroke11 (2.2%)
 Respiratory disease30 (6.0%)
 Benign prostatic hyperplasia33 (15.5%) ^
  1. Abbreviation; SD standard deviation, PSQI Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index
  2. Note: ^ male participants only