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Title: 大學生網路成癮、睡眠以及能量飲料使用之相關探討
Associations between Internet Addiction, Sleep Quality, and Energy Drink Consumption among College Students
Authors: 張晏蓉
Chang, Yen-Jung
Lin, Yi-Yun
Keywords: 能量飲料
college students
sleep quality
energy drink
daytime sleepiness
internet addiction
Issue Date: 2016
Abstract: 目的: 了解大學專生網路成癮行為、睡眠(睡眠品質、日間嗜睡)、能量飲料使用行為之現況,以及分析網路成癮、睡眠品質、日間嗜睡與使用能量飲料之關聯性。 方法: 本研究為橫斷性研究,於2016年進行問卷調查,以全台大專院校之年滿20歲之學生為母群體,採便利取樣,共發出410份問卷,共得有效問卷359份。 結果: 1. 受調查的大學生近一個月內約有20.4%曾使用能量飲料,主要的飲用原因包括工作提神、準備考試及覺得好喝。 2. 男性與女性相較之下,較容易出現使用能量飲料之行為(OR:2.8; 95% CI:1.5,4.9)。 3. 睡眠品質較差者,較容易出現使用能量飲料之行為(OR:2.2; 95% CI:1.2,3.8)。 4. 男性之網路成癮風險較女性為高。網路成癮風險程度愈高,日間嗜睡情形愈嚴重,睡眠品質愈差。 5. 本研究未發現網路成癮風險與能量飲料使用行為之間的相關性。
Objectives The purpose of this study is to understand the consumption of energy drinks among college students in Taiwan, and to examine its associations with internet addiction and sleep quality. Method This study is a cross-sectional study. We recruited 359 college students in Taiwan who are 20 years old or more. Data came from a self-administered questionnaire. Result 1. Among surveyed students, 20.4% used energy drinks in the past month, and the major reasons included keeping alert at work, preparing for exam, feeling tasty. 2. Males (OR:2.8;95% CI:1.5,4.9) and those with poor sleep quality (OR:2.2;95% CI:1.2,3.8) had a higher odds of using energy drinks. 3. Males had a higher risk of internet addiction than females. 4. The college students who had higher scores of internet addiction scale were more likely to report serious daytime sleepiness and poor sleep quality. 5. There is no significant association between internet addiction and the use of energy drinks.
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