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Table 1 Baseline data for all participants (n = 88)

From: Longitudinal associations between cardiorespiratory fitness and stress-related exhaustion, depression, anxiety and sleep disturbances

CharacteristicsN Median (IQR)
Mean age, years (range)8844 (26–64)43 (12)
Education87  
 high, % (n) 67% (58) 
 low, % (n) 33% [29] 
Mean body mass index (BMI) (range)8824.2 (18.0–33.0)24.1 (3.8)
Current smokers/nicotine users, % (n)8714% [12] 
Mean AUDIT score (range)882.7 (0–12)2.0 (2.0)
Symptom duration, % (n)86  
  ≥ 1 year 51% [44] 
  < 1 year 49% [42] 
Use of antidepressants, % (n)8828% [25] 
KSQ insomnia index (range)793.0 (1.0–5.8)3.0 (1.5)
KSQ sleepiness index (range)754.1 (1.0–5.8)4.4 (1.0)
KSQ premature awakening index (range)792.9 (1.0–6.0)3.0 (1.7)
KSQ single item, poor sleep quality, % (n)7868% [53] 
HADS depression sum score (range)889.5 (1.0–19)9.0 (6.0)
HADS anxiety sum score (range)8812 (0–20)12 (7.0)
SMBQ sum score (range)835.6 (3.0–6.9)5.6 (1.2)
SMBQ > 4.4, % (n)8395% (79) 
  1. AUDIT = Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test; HADS = Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale; KSQ = Karolinska Sleep Questionnaire; SMBQ = Shirom-Melamed Burnout Questionnaire