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Table 4 Moderating effects of sociodemographic and lifestyle variables and noise sensitivity on nocturnal noise level

From: Indoor nocturnal noise is associated with body mass index and blood pressure: a cross-sectional study

  BMI SBP DBP
p-value p-value p-value
Age a 0.640 0.102 0.009
Gender a 0.381 0.553 0.431
Marital status a 0.421 0.927 0.148
Exercise b 0.606 0.291 0.310
Smoking c 0.177 0.132 0.118
Alcohol d 0.367 0.907 0.501
Noise sensitivity e 0.246 0.805 0.056
  1. BMI body mass index, SBP systolic blood pressure DBP diastolic blood pressure
  2. a: adjusted for age, gender, education, occupation, income, house type, marital status, noise
  3. b: adjusted for age, gender, education, occupation, income, house type, marital status, noise, exercise
  4. c: adjusted for age, gender, education, occupation, income, house type, marital status, noise, smoking
  5. d: adjusted for age, gender, education, occupation, income, house type, marital status, noise, alcohol
  6. e: adjusted for age, gender, education, occupation, income, house type, marital status, noise, noise sensitivity