Learning Objective 1: assess the prevalence of sleeping problems in the nursing and midwifery students
Learning Objective 2: assess relation to sociodemographic characteristics and sleeping problems in the nursing and midwifery students
Methods: This research is a descriptive study. The participants consist of 321 individual were selected by census sampling. Data were collected by questionnaire.
Results: Nearly one-fourth of suffered nursing and midwifery students from insomnia.
The percentage was significantly higher among women (28.1%) than among Men (18.1%).
Conclusion: Sleep disorders distracted the physical and mental health of student's Emotional stress and anxiety are some factors of sleep disorders, with recognizing these factors, we can operate effective interventions.
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