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Table 4 Linear regression between job strain and resting heart rate

From: Job strain and resting heart rate: a cross-sectional study in a Swedish random working sample

  Job strain (95 % CI) p-value Job demands (95 % CI) p-value Job control (95 % CI) p-value
Model 1 1.26 (0.14;2.38) 0.03 −0.15 (−0.37;0.06) 0.17 −0.26 (−0.42;−0.10) 0.001
Model 2 1.09 (−0.02;2.21) 0.05 −0.13 (−0.35;0.08) 0.22 −0.21 (−0.36;−0.05) 0.01
Model 3 0.83 (−0.27;1.94) 0.14 −0.17 (−0.38;0.04) 0.12 −0.19 (−0.34;−0.03) 0.02
Model 4 0.75 (−0.35;1.86) 0.18 −0.17 (−0.38;0.03) 0.10 −0.18 (−0.33;−0.02) 0.02
Model 5 0.59 (−0.52;1.70) 0.30 −0.14 (−0.35;0.07) 0.19 −0.14 (−0.30;0.01) 0.08
Model 6 0.37 (−0.72;1.46) 0.51 −0.16 (−0.36;0.05) 0.14 −0.10 (−0.26;0.05) 0.18
  1. Significant results are in bold. Intercepts are not presented
  2. Model 1: Unadjusted
  3. Model 2: Adjustments were made for gender and age
  4. Model 3: As model 2 but further adjustments were made for BMI
  5. Model 4: As model 3 but further adjustments were made for smoking
  6. Model 5: As model 4 but further adjustments were made for education
  7. Model 6: As model 5 but further adjustments were made for leisure time physical activity