RELATIONSHIP OF SLEEP QUALITY AND COPETITVE ANXIETY IN A SAMPLE OF SWIMMING ATHLETESJournal: The Swedish Journal of Scientific Research (SJSR) (Vol.2, No. 11)
Publication Date: 2015-11-01
Authors : Ahmed Elbayoumy Ali Elbayoumy;
Page : 38-43
Keywords : Sleep quality; competitive Anxiety; Swimming Athletes;
Studying the anxiety has increased in the past ten years. A lot of studies aimed to identify the causes of anxiety and how to get minimize it Sleep quality is widely regarded as one of the most important modes of recovery for athletes A sample of 40 Egyptian swimmers 20 elite male swimmers short distance 100-m freestyle and 20 elite male swimmers long distance 800-m freestyle swimmers. Participants completed the Competitive State Anxiety Inventory-2 (CSAI-2) and Sleep Quality (PSQI) Questionnaire. Multiple linear regression and correlation coefficient were used for data analysis. The aim of the present study were, therefore, to identify affect the State Anxiety and sleep quality on result computation for swimmer (100 m- 800 m), and identify the relationship between sleep quality and Competitive anxiety at the swimmers (100-800 m) and results indicates to the existence of significant differences between the values of (Somatic anxiety, self-confidence and sleep quality) and the results of competitions for swimmers 100 m and 800 m and a positive relationship (r = 0.96* 100 m & r = 0.94* 800 m) between sleep quality and Somatic anxiety.
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