InBody Scholar

InBody continues to work closely with academic researchers on a global scale to develop more in-depth clinical applications of body composition.
With our long history in the industry, we provide more than 5,500+ research and publications.
Research title with ★ indicates InBody recommended paper.

Beyond sleep duration: Sleep timing as a risk factor for childhood obesity

Body Composition Assessment
F. Skjåkødegård et al.
Used Parameters : BMI

Publication Year : 2020

Country : Norway

Journal : Pediatric Obesity

Background Ample evidence attests to the relationship between short sleep duration, sleep problems and childhood obesity. However, few studies have examined the association between sleep timing and obesity in children. Objectives To investigate how sleep duration, problems and timing relate to obesity and obesogenic behaviours in children. Methods Eighty‐five children (58.8% girls) with severe obesity and mean (SD) age of 12.1 (2.9) years, were matched by age and sex with peers with normal weight (n= 85, 12.0 [2.8] years). Sleep …
Full text