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Table 2 Number of participants and percentage values for the whole sample and for each sex

From: Reduced level of physical activity during COVID-19 pandemic is associated with depression and anxiety levels: an internet-based survey

Variables Whole sample (n = 1853) Male sample (n = 753) Female sample (n = 1100)
BMI
 Underweight 26 (1.4%) 1 (0.1%) 25 (2.3%)
 Eutrophic 920 (49.9%) 270 (36.6%) 650 (58.8%)
 Overweight 691 (37.5%) 378 (51.2%) 312 (28.2%)
 Obese 176 (9.5%) 79 (10.7%) 97 (8.8%)
 Extremetly obese 32 (1.7%) 10 (1.4%) 22 (2.0%)
Time of adoption
 social distancing for less than 30 days 178 (9.6%) 96 (12.9%) 82 (7.4%)
 between 30 and 45 days 177 (9.6%) 76 (10.2%) 101 (9.1%)
 between 46 and 60 days 236 (12.8%) 99 (13.3%) 137 (12.4%)
 between 61 and 75 days 491 (26.6%) 186 (25.0%) 305 (27.6%)
 between 76 and 90 days 497 (26.9%) 178 (24%) 319 (28.8%)
 for more than 91 days 270 (14.6%) 108 (14.5%) 162 (14.6%)
Restriction level
 completely adhered to the social distancing recommendations 174 (9.4%) 50 (6.7%) 124 (11.2%)
 maintained partial restriction, leaving only for essential non-work activities 970 (52.4%) 366 (49.4%) 604 (54.4%)
 maintained partial restriction, leaving only for essential activities including work activities 604 (32.6%) 251 (33.9%) 353 (31.8%)
 did not adhere to the social distancing recommendations 103 (5.6%) 74 (10.0%) 29 (2.6%)
Family income
 less than 1 minimum wage 43 (2.3%) 14 (1.9%) 29 (2.6%)
 between 1 and 2 minimum wages 89 (4.8%) 26 (3.5%) 63 (5.7%)
 receive between 3 and 6 minimum wages 664 (35.8%) 274 (36.9%) 390 (35.1%)
 between 7 and 10 minimum wages 345 (18.6%) 129 (17.4%) 216 (19.5%)
 more than 11 minimum wages 712 (38.4%) 300 (40.4%) 412 (37.1%)
IPAQ current
 not active 85 (4.6%) 27 (3.6%) 58 (5.2%)
 irregularly active B 209 (11.3%) 67 (9.0%) 142 (12.8%)
 irregularly active A 141 (7.6%) 54 (7.3%) 87 (7.8%)
 active 693 (37.4%) 256 (34.5%) 437 (39.4%)
 Very active 725 (39.1%) 339 (45.6%) 386 (34.8%)
IPAQ pre-pandemic
 not active 31 (1.7%) 5 (0.7%) 26 (2.3%)
 irregularly active B 70 (3.8%) 26 (3.5%) 49 (4.0%)
 irregularly active A 75 (4%) 20 (2.7%) 55 (5.0%)
 active 519 (28%) 181 (24.4%) 338 (30.5%)
 Very active 1158 (62.5%) 511 (68.8%) 647 (58.3%)
Δ IPAQ
 reduced their physical activity level 684 (36.9%) 250 (33.6%) 434 (39.1%)
 did not alter their physical activity level 1051 (56.7%) 454 (61.1%) 597 (53.8%)
 increased their physical activity level 118 (6.4%) 39 (5.2%) 79 (7.1%)
PHQ-9
 minimal depression 635 (34,3%) 345 (46.4%) 290 (26.1%)
 mild depression 670 (36,2%) 342 (32.6%) 428 (38.6%)
 moderate depression 304 (16,4%) 95 (12.8%) 209 (18.8%)
 moderately severe depression 155 (8,4%) 37 (5.0%) 118 (10.6%)
 severe depression 89 (4,8%) 24 (3.2%) 65 (5.9%)
GAD-7
 no anxiety disorder 750 (40,5%) 378 (50.9%) 372 (33.5%)
 have mild anxiety 674 (36,4%) 250 (33.6%) 424 (38.2%)
 moderate anxiety 265 (14.3%) 77 (10.4%) 188 (16.9%)
 have a severe anxiety disorder 164 (8.9%) 38 (5.1%) 126 (11.4%)
  1. Number of participants (percentage values); BMI body mass index, IPAQ International physical activity questionnaire, PHQ-9 Patient Health Questionnaire-9; Δ IPAQ - the difference between the current and pre-pandemic categories of IPAQ