International Scholarly Research Notices / 2011 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Periodic Limbic Movement Disorder during Sleep as Diabetes-Related Syndrome? A Polysomnographic Study

Table 2

Sleep values in 41 type II diabetes patients and 38 healthy controls.

Type II diabetes patientsHealthy controls 𝑃

Sleep time, min 3 0 7 ± 5 4 3 9 8 ± 4 1 0.001
Sleep efficiency, % 7 7 ± 1 0 8 9 ± 6 0.01
nREM stage 1, % sleep time 1 4 ± 5 1 3 ± 5 ns
nREM stage 2, % sleep time 4 2 ± 7 4 0 ± 8 ns
nREM slow wave, % sleep time 1 3 ± 4 2 1 ± 6 0.01
REM, % sleep time 9 ± 4 1 5 ± 3 0.01
AHI, n/h 3 ± 2 3 ± 1 ns
Arousal index, n/h 1 4 ± 6 5 ± 1 0.01
PLM Index, n/h 2 2 ± 9 5 ± 1 0.001

Data presented as mean ± SD, level of significance 𝑃 < 0 . 0 5 .
REM: rapid eye movements, AHI: apnea hypopnea index, PLM: periodic limb movement.