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Table 4 Odds ratios and 95% confidence intervals between insomnia and dyslipidemia

From: Prevalence of dyslipidemia and its association with insomnia in a community based population in China

   Model 1 Model 2 Model 3
All     
  No Insomnia 1 1 1
  Occasional Insomnia 1.08(0.98 ~ 1.21) 1.01(0.91 ~ 1.14) 1.06(0.94 ~ 1.19)
  Frequent Insomnia 1.33(1.15 ~ 1.53) 1.17(1.01 ~ 1.35) 1.28(1.10 ~ 1.49)
Men     
  No Insomnia 1 1 1
  Occasional Insomnia 1.04(0.84 ~ 1.28) 1.04(0.84 ~ 1.28) 1.08(0.87 ~ 1.36)
  Frequent Insomnia 1.05(0.80 ~ 1.38) 1.05(0.80 ~ 1.39) 1.21(0.90 ~ 1.63)
Women     
  No Insomnia 1 1 1
  Occasional Insomnia 1.12(0.98 ~ 1.27) 0.96(0.84 ~ 1.10) 1.00(0.87 ~ 1.15)
  Frequent Insomnia 1.46(1.23 ~ 1.72) 1.15(0.97 ~ 1.38) 1.25(1.04 ~ 1.50)
  1. Model 1: insomnia.
  2. Model 2: insomnia, age (plus gender when men and women analyzed together).
  3. Model 3: insomnia, age, education, obesity, BMI, physical activity, current smoking, current drinking, work stress, hypertension, and diabetes (plus gender when men and women analyzed together).