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Table 2 Reported health problems of respondents according to sleep quality

From: Independent and combined effects of sleep quality and night sleep duration on health-related quality of life in rural areas: a large-scale cross-sectional study

Dimensions Total (n = 21,926) Good (n = 17,320) Poor (n = 4606) P
Mobility n (%)     
 No problems 19,022 (86.76) 15,511 (89.56) 3511 (76.23) < 0.001
 Slight problems 2110 (9.62) 1363 (7.87) 747 (16.22)  
 Moderate problems 546 (2.49) 308 (1.78) 238 (5.17)  
 Severe problems 209 (0.95) 115 (0.66) 94 (2.04)  
 Extreme problems 39 (0.18) 23 (0.13) 16 (0.35)  
Self-care n (%)     
 No problems 21,085 (96.16) 16,876 (97.44) 4209 (91.38) < 0.001
 Slight problems 533 (2.43) 281 (1.62) 252 (5.47)  
 Moderate problems 186 (0.85) 96 (0.55) 90 (1.95)  
 Severe problems 95 (0.43) 47 (0.27) 48 (1.04)  
 Extreme problems 27 (0.12) 20 (0.12) 7 (0.15)  
Usual activities n (%)     
 No problems 20,450 (93.27) 16,476 (95.13) 3974 (86.28) < 0.001
 Slight problems 993 (4.53) 593 (3.42) 400 (8.68)  
 Moderate problems 295 (1.35) 155 (0.89) 140 (3.04)  
 Severe problems 130 (0.59) 62 (0.36) 68 (1.48)  
 Extreme problems 58 (0.26) 34 (0.20) 24 (0.52)  
Pain/discomfort n (%)     
 No problems 16,763 (76.45) 13,895 (80.23) 2868 (62.27) < 0.001
 Slight problems 4022 (18.34) 2768 (15.98) 1254 (27.23)  
 Moderate problems 860 (3.92) 511 (2.95) 349 (7.58)  
 Severe problems 260 (1.19) 134 (0.77) 126 (2.74)  
 Extreme problems 21 (0.10) 12 (0.07) 9 (0.20)  
Anxiety/depression n (%)     
 No problems 20,237 (92.30) 16,316 (94.20) 3921 (85.13) < 0.001
 Slight problems 1265 (5.77) 801 (4.62) 464 (10.07)  
 Moderate problems 305 (1.39) 154 (0.89) 151 (3.28)  
 Severe problems 100 (0.46) 39 (0.23) 61 (1.32)  
 Extreme problems 19 (0.09) 10 (0.06) 9 (0.20)  
  1. Chi-square test was used to compare the differences