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Department of Cardiology, the First Hospital of China Medical University, Shenyang 110001, China





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Abstract Studies to explore the relationship between self-reported snoring and dyslipidemia, especially high total cholesterol TC and high low-density lipoprotein cholesterol LDL-C, in the general population are still lacking. Our study was designed to examine whether self-reported snoring is significantly associated with dyslipidemia and ascertain the effects of different snoring intensities on dyslipidemia. There were 10,139 participants in our study. After adjustment for all confounding factors, self-reported snoring OR = 1.207; p = 0.003, moderate OR = 1.229; p = 0.015, strong OR = 1.222; p = 0.033, and very strong OR = 1.467; p = 0.012 snoring intensity, but not low OR = 1.110; p = 0.224 snoring intensity, were significantly associated with dyslipidemia among adults with BMI body mass index ≥ 25 kg-m2. In addition, self-reported snoring was significantly associated with high TC OR = 1.167; p = 0.048 and high LDL-C OR = 1.228; p = 0.044, rather than low HDL-C OR = 1.171; p = 0.057 and high triglyceride TG OR = 1.110; p = 0.141. In conclusion, adults with BMI ≥ 25 kg-m2 and who experience snoring, especially moderate, strong, and very strong intensity levels of snoring, should be on the alert regarding the possibility of dyslipidemia, especially high LDL-C and high TC. View Full-Text

Keywords: self-reported snoring; dyslipidemia; high TC; high LDL-C self-reported snoring; dyslipidemia; high TC; high LDL-C





Autor: Naijin Zhang, Yintao Chen, Shuang Chen, Pengyu Jia, Xiaofan Guo, Guozhe Sun and Yingxian Sun *

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