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Research Article

Sleep in the Postpartum: Characteristics of First-Time, Healthy Mothers

Table 4

Correlations of daytime variables with mothers’ sleep characteristics.

2 months6 months
Fatigue (ESFS)Sleepiness (ESFS)Nonrefreshing sleep (SSC)Fatigue (ESFS)Sleepiness (ESFS)Nonrefreshing sleep (SSC)

Nighttime variables
 Insomnia Severity Scale (ISI).610.476.587.419.396.761
 Difficulty initiating or maintaining sleep (DIMS)
  Sleep onset problem (SSC).166.059.317.251.370.553
  Sleep maintenance problem (SSC)−. .310.595
  Waking too early (SSC).016.053−.069−.077−.168.352
 Nighttime TST, mother (diary).063.026.056−.203−.149.463
 Number of nighttime sleep episodes, mother (diary)−.099−.127−.032.003−.247.267
Daytime variables
 Daytime TST, mother (diary)−.042−.202−.056−.013.071.075
 Number of daytime sleep episodes, mother (diary)−.104−.164−.

Note. Significant correlation coefficients are bolded; ; ; ; .

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