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Table 4 Logistic regression with CVD risk (at risk or not at risk, measured by Wildman score) as dependent variable, and modifiable lifestyle factors as independent variables entered one by one

From: The importance of cardiorespiratory fitness and sleep duration in early CVD prevention: BMI, resting heart rate and questions about sleep patterns are suggested in risk assessment of young adults, 18–25 years

Lifestyle factors Exp (B) P-value Significance
CRF - VO2 max (ml/kg/min) 2.053 < 0.001 ***
Sleep in hours per night 1.760 0.002 **
MVPA (min/day) 1.692 0.025 *
Food habits (points) 1.552 0.024 *
Handgrip strength (kg) 1.326 0.143 NS
  1. CRF cardiorespiratory fitness measured as estimated maximal oxygen uptake, VO2 max and MVPA moderate- and vigorous intensity physical activity
  2. Levels of significance were set to P < 0.05 = *, P < 0.01 = ** or P < 0.001 = *** and NS, not significant