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Table 2 Frequency scores for the different sleep disorders (during the past month) of the Jenkins Sleep Evaluation Questionnaire among Egyptian female and male public officials

From: The prevalence and determining factors of sleep disorders vary by gender in the Egyptian public officials: a large cross-sectional study

  Female public officials Male public officials
Not at all 1–3 days 4–7 days 8–14 days 15–21 days 22–30 days Not at all 1–3 days 4–7 days 8–14 days 15–21 days 22–30 days
“Have trouble falling asleep?” 746
(46.0%)
486
(29.9%)
193
(11.9%)
90
(5.5%)
48
(3.0%)
60
(3.7%)
926
(60.9%)
388
(25.5%)
115
(7.6%)
47
(3.0%)
22
(1.5%)
22
(1.5%)
“Wake up several times per night but did not have trouble falling asleep again?” 521
(32.1%)
626
(38.6%)
215
(13.2%)
131
(8.1%)
50
(3.1%)
80
(4.9%)
710
(46.7%)
502
(33.0%)
176
(11.6%)
46
(3.0%)
37
(2.5%)
49
(3.2%)
“Wake up one or more times per night (including waking far too early) and have trouble falling asleep again?” 644
(39.7%)
501
(30.9%)
222
(13.7%)
113
(6.9%)
80
(4.9%)
63
(3.9%)
822
(54.1%)
423
(27.8%)
141
(9.3%)
60
(3.9%)
32
(2.1%)
42
(2.8%)
“Wake up after your usual amount of sleep feeling tired or worn out?” 482
(29.7%)
425
(26.2%)
257
(15.8%)
170
(10.5%)
152
(9.4%)
137
(8.4%)
702
(46.2%)
393
(25.9%)
179
(11.8%)
124
(8.1%)
52
(3.4%)
70
(4.6%)