INFLUENCE OF OROFACIAL PAIN AND PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS ON SLEEP QUALITY

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Publication 2-year master student thesis
Title INFLUENCE OF OROFACIAL PAIN AND PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS ON SLEEP QUALITY
Author(s) Alattar, Ali
Date 2016
English abstract
Aim Investigate the influence of chronic orofacial pain and psychological factors on sleep quality in patients with myalgia of the masticatory muscles. Material and methods This retrospective study included 37 patients (6 men, 31 women, mean age: 49 years) with masticatory muscle myalgia. Sleep quality (Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index), pain intensity and pain-related disability (Graded Chronic Pain Scale), depression (Patient Health Questionnaire-9), anxiety (General Anxiety Disorder-7), stress (Perceived Stress Scale-10) and catastrophizing (Patient Catastrophizing Scale) were assessed by questionnaires. The Diagnostic Criteria for Temporomandibular Disorders (DC/TMD) were used to identify patients with myalgia. Results 75% of the patients reported poor sleep quality, 73% reported at least mild depression degree, 54% reported at least mild degree of anxiety, 59% reported at least a moderate stress level and 38% reported a clinically relevant degree of catastrophizing. Impaired sleep quality was related to degree of depression (rs = 0.45, n = 37, p = 0.008), anxiety (rs = 0.46, n = 37, p = 0.007), stress (rs = 0.43, n = 37, p = 0.014) and catastrophizing (rs = 0.37, n = 37, p = 0.034). Multivariate logistic regression showed that characteristic pain intensity, degree of pain-related disability, depression, anxiety, stress, catastrophizing and number of masticatory muscle sites with referred pain significantly explained poor sleep quality (p = 0.031). Conclusion Sleep quality in patients with masticatory myalgia is influenced by chronic pain intensity and related disability, number of masticatory muscle sites with referred pain as well as depression, anxiety, stress and catastrophizing.
Swedish abstract
Syfte Undersöka påverkan av kronisk orofacial smärta och psykologiska faktorer på sömnkvalitet vid käkmuskelmyalgi. Material och metoder Denna retrospektiva studie omfattade 37 patienter (6 män, 31 kvinnor, medelålder: 49 år) med käkmuskelmyalgi. Sömnkvalitet (Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index), smärtintensitet och smärtrelaterad funktionsnedsättning (Graded Chronic Pain Scale), depression (Patient Health Questionnaire-9), ångest (General Anxiety Disorder-7), stress (Perceived Stress Scale-10) och katastrofiering (Patient Catastrophizing Scale) undersöktes med varierade formulär. Diagnostic Criteria for Temporomandibular Disorders (DC/TMD) användes för att identifiera patienter med myalgi i käkmuskulatur. Resultat 75% av patienterna rapporterade dålig sömnkvalitet, 73% rapporterade minst mild depressionsgrad, 54% rapporterade minst mild ångest, 59% rapporterade måttlig stressnivå och 38% rapporterade kliniskt relevant katastrofiering. Försämrad sömnkvalitet var relaterad till depression (rs = 0.45, n = 37, p = 0.008) ångest (rs = 0.46, n = 37, p = 0.007), stress (rs = 0.43, n = 37, p = 0.014) och katastrofiering (rs = 0.37, n = 37, p = 0.034). Multivariat logistisk regression visade att smärtintensitet, smartrelaterad funktionsnedsättning, depression, ångest, stress, katastrofiering och antal käkmuskler med refererad palpationssmärta förklarade dålig sömnkvalitet signifikant (p = 0.031). Konklusion Sömnkvaliteten hos patienter med käkmuskelmyalgi påverkas i hög grad av kronisk smärtintensitet, smärtrelaterad funktionsnedsättning, antal käkmuskler med refererad palpationssmärta och depression samt ångest, stress och katastrofiering.
Publisher Malmö högskola/Odontologiska fakulteten
Pages 19
Language eng (iso)
Subject(s) Sleep Quality
Psychological factors
Depression
Catastrophizing
Stress
Anxiety
Orofacial pain
Chronic orofacial pain
Myalgia
Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index
Patient Catastrophizing Scale
Pain intensity
Pain-related disability
DC/TMD
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/20718 (link to this page)

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