A1 Alkuperäisartikkeli tieteellisessä aikakauslehdessä
Adolescent use of social media and associations with sleep patterns across 18 European and North American countries (2023)


Boniel-Nissim, M., Tynjälä, J., Gobiņa, I., Furstova, J., van den Eijnden, R. J., Marino, C., Jeriček Klanšček, H., Klavina-Makrecka, S., Villeruša, A., Lahti, H., Vieno, A., Wong, S. L., Villberg, J., Inchley, J., & Gariépy, G. (2023). Adolescent use of social media and associations with sleep patterns across 18 European and North American countries. Sleep Health, 9(3), 314-321. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sleh.2023.01.005


JYU-tekijät tai -toimittajat


Julkaisun tiedot

Julkaisun kaikki tekijät tai toimittajatBoniel-Nissim, Meyran; Tynjälä, Jorma; Gobiņa, Inese; Furstova, Jana; van den Eijnden, Regina J.J.M.; Marino, Claudia; Jeriček Klanšček, Helena; Klavina-Makrecka, Solvita; Villeruša, Anita; Lahti, Henri; et al.

Lehti tai sarjaSleep Health

ISSN2352-7218

eISSN2352-7226

Julkaisuvuosi2023

Ilmestymispäivä18.02.2023

Volyymi9

Lehden numero3

Artikkelin sivunumerot314-321

KustantajaElsevier BV

JulkaisumaaAlankomaat

Julkaisun kielienglanti

DOIhttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.sleh.2023.01.005

Julkaisun avoin saatavuusAvoimesti saatavilla

Julkaisukanavan avoin saatavuusOsittain avoin julkaisukanava

Julkaisu on rinnakkaistallennettu (JYX)https://jyx.jyu.fi/handle/123456789/87872

Julkaisu on rinnakkaistallennettuhttps://eprints.gla.ac.uk/292183/


Tiivistelmä

Objective
Over the past decade, concurrent with increasing social media use (SMU), there has been a shift toward poorer sleep among adolescents in many countries. The purpose of this study was to examine the cross-national associations between adolescent SMU and sleep patterns, by comparing 4 different categories of SMU (nonactive, active, intense, and problematic use).

Design, setting, and participants
Data were from 86,542 adolescents in 18 European and North American countries that participated in the 2017/18 Health Behaviour in School-aged study.

Measurements
Mixed-effects linear regression models were used to examine cross-national associations between 4 SMU categories and adolescent sleep duration, bedtime and social jetlag derived from self-reported data.

Results
For all countries combined, nonactive SMU was associated with longer sleep, earlier bedtimes, and less social jetlag, compared to active SMU, although the differences were minor. By comparison, intense and problematic SMU were associated with less sleep and later bedtimes on both school and nonschool days, and greater social jetlag, compared to active SMU. While findings were relatively consistent between countries, some differences were observed, suggesting that the national and cultural context may be important in interpreting results.

Conclusions
These findings suggest that both intense and problematic SMU are associated with poorer sleep patterns in adolescents across most countries. Further research is needed to identify effective policies, programs, and messaging to promote the healthy use of social media and prevent potential negative impacts on adolescent sleep.


YSO-asiasanatlapset (ikäryhmät)varhaisnuoretnuoretuni (lepotila)unihäiriötsosiaalinen mediamediankäyttöWHO-koululaistutkimuskansainvälinen vertailu

Vapaat asiasanatsocial media; sleep; adolescents; international survey; HBSC; Health Behaviour in School-aged Children


Liittyvät organisaatiot


OKM-raportointiKyllä

Raportointivuosi2023

JUFO-taso1


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