Journal of Diabetes Research / 2019 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

The Relationship between Simple Snoring and Metabolic Syndrome: A Cross-Sectional Study

Table 3

Prevalence of MetS in nonsnorers and simple snorers.

NonsnorersSimple snorers value

TotalMetS17 (9.1%)122 (18.0%)0.003
Hypertension35 (18.7%)199 (29.3%)0.004
Abdominal obesity23 (12.3%)113 (16.6%)0.148
Hyper-TG24 (12.8%)176 (25.9%)<0.001
Hypo-HDL101 (54.0%)362 (53.3%)0.866
Hyperglycemia21 (11.2%)108 (15.9%)0.112

MalesMetS7 (9.0%)74 (17.3%)0.065
Hypertension11 (14.1%)142 (33.2%)0.001
Abdominal obesity5 (6.4%)36 (8.4%)0.551
Hyper-TG17 (21.8%)135 (31.5%)0.084
Hypo-HDL37 (47.4%)207 (48.4%)0.880
Hyperglycemia8 (10.3%)72 (16.8%)0.144

FemalesMetS10 (9.2%)48 (19.1%)0.018
Hypertension15 (19.0%)57 (22.7%)0.885
Abdominal obesity24 (22.0%)77 (30.7%)0.005
Hyper-TG7 (6.4%)41 (16.3%)0.011
Hypo-HDL64 (58.7%)155 (61.8%)0.587
Hyperglycemia13 (11.9%)36 (14.3%)0.539

MetS: metabolic syndrome; TG: triglyceride; HDL: high-density lipoprotein cholesterol.

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