Key clinical point: Better quality of sleep, but not duration of sleep, was associated with greater species richness and diversity of the gut microbiome.
Major finding: In fully adjusted models, greater daytime sleepiness was associated with lower richness and diversity of the gut microbiome on all indices (P = .01-.06).
Study details: An assessment of 482 individuals who participated in the Survey of the Health of Wisconsin.
Disclosures: The study was supported by the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health through the Wisconsin Partnership Program.
Hagen EW et al. SLEEP 2019, Abstract 0106.