Associations of Sedentary Time with Heart Rate and Heart Rate Variability in Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Observational Studies.
AuthorsAlansare, Abdullah Bandar
Bates, Lauren C
Kline, Christopher E
Jennings, J Richard
Hanson, Erik D
Faghy, Mark A
Gibbs, Bethany Barone
AffiliationKing Saud University, Saudi Arabia
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
University of Pittsburgh, PA, USA
University of Derby
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AbstractTo evaluate if sedentary time (ST) is associated with heart rate (HR) and variability (HRV) in adults we systematically searched PubMed and Google Scholar through June 2020. Inclusion criteria were observational design, humans, adults, English language, ST as the exposure, resting HR/HRV as the outcome, and (meta-analysis only) availability of the quantitative association with variability. After qualitative synthesis, meta-analysis used inverse variance heterogeneity models to estimate pooled associations. Thirteen and eight articles met the criteria for the systematic review and meta-analysis, respectively. All studies were cross-sectional and few used gold standard ST or HRV assessment methodology. The qualitative synthesis suggested no associations between ST and HR/HRV. The meta-analysis found a significant association between ST and HR (β = 0.24 bpm per hour ST; CI: 0.10, 0.37) that was stronger in males (β = 0.36 bpm per hour ST; CI: 0.19, 0.53). Pooled associations between ST and HRV indices were non-significant (p > 0.05). Substantial heterogeneity was detected. The limited available evidence suggests an unfavorable but not clinically meaningful association between ST and HR, but no association with HRV. Future longitudinal studies assessing ST with thigh-based monitoring and HRV with electrocardiogram are needed
CitationAlansare, A.B., Bates, L.C., Stoner, L., Kline, C.E., Nagle, E., Jennings, J.R., Hanson, E.D., Faghy, M.A. and Gibbs, B.B., (2021). 'Associations of Sedentary Time with Heart Rate and Heart Rate Variability in Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Observational Studies'. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(16), pp. 1-17.
JournalInternational Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
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