The aim of the study is to find the association
between sleep quality and BMI among adolescent girls.
The Methodology: The study is designed as a cross
sectional study, the study is set in the saveetha college of
physiotherapy, the sample size are 50 students taken
from the saveetha college of physiotherapy between the
age 18 to 20 years respectively. The materials required
are sleep quality questionnaire, weighing machine and a
height measuring tape. The Inclusive criteria includes
subjects between the age of 18 to 20 years and College
students were only taken. The Exclusive criteria includes
Subjects who are drug, alcohol addicts, medication and
psychological disorder. The Results determined in our
study is 33 students that is 66% of students having
normal BMI determined with good quality of sleep
whereas the remaining 17 students that is 34% students
having high BMI determined with poor quality of sleep.
Conclusion: The study shows due to increase in BMI the
sleep quality increases from the normal level in the
Keywords : BMI, Sleep Quality, Adolescent Girls.