Coffee consumption may have a negative effect in induced insomnic occurrence, a renowned institute study suggested.
Insomnia is a condition characterized by unable to sleep regularly and normally
Coffee, a popular and social beverage all over the world, particularly in the West, is a drink made from roasted bean from the Coffea plant, native to tropical Africa and Madagascar.
In a total of 7698 subjects aged 11-17 years included in the investigation of a cross-sectional study within the German Health Interview and Examination Survey for Children and Adolescents.Self-report questionnaires returned by participants showed that
1. Frequent coffee consumption, accompanied with high alcohol intake and frequent smoking may be associate to prediction of IC in male subjects
2. Frequent coffee consumption and high alcohol intake also induced predicted occurrence of insomnia IC in females.
1. The prevalence of symptoms of insomnia was 21.4 %, and the prevalence of insomnia was 8.3 %
2. After adjustment for gender and age, insomnia effects mostly in the female gender
3. Coffee and alcohol consumption showed a significant risk of insomnia with adjusted relative risk of 1.63
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(1) Insomnia complaints and substance use in German adolescents: did we underestimate the role of coffee consumption? Results of the KiGGS study by Skarupke C1, Schlack R2, Lange K1, Goerke M3, Dueck A4, Thome J5, Szagun B6, Cohrs S7.(PubMed)
(2) Prevalence and risk factors for insomnia among Portuguese adolescents by Amaral MO1, de Figueiredo Pereira CM, Silva Martins DI, de Serpa Cdo R, Sakellarides CT.(PubMed)