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Table 3 Physical and mental conditions of Syrian refugees living in Amman

From: Assessment of physical activity and its facilitators and barriers among Syrian refugees living in Amman City, Jordan: a cross-sectional study

  Total
No (%)
Male
No (%)
Female
No (%)
Perceived health condition
Under control 107 (53.5) 51 (52.6) 56 (54.4)
Not under control 91 (45.5) 45 (46.4) 46 (44.7)
Prefer not to answer 2 (1.0) 1 (1.0) 1 (1.0)
Perceived level of physical activity
High 46 (23.0) 25 (25.8) 21 (20.4)
Moderate 117 (58.5) 48 (49.5) 69 (67.0)
Low 37 (18.5) 24 (24.7) 13 (12.6)
Hypertension
Yes 67 (33.5) 31 (32.0) 36 (35.0)
No 130 (65.0) 64 (66.0) 66 (64.1)
Prefer not to answer 3 (1.5) 2 (2.1) 1 (1.0)
Obesity
Yes 30 (15.0) 8 (8.2) 22 (21.4)
No 168 (84) 89 (91.8) 79 (76.7)
Prefer not to answer 2 (1.0) 0 (0.0) 2 (1.9)
Smoking
Current smoker 77 (38.5) 66 (68.0) 11 (10.7)
Never smoker 123 (61.5) 31 (32.0) 92 (89.3)
Satisfaction with current situation in Jordan
Yes 109 (54.5) 45 (46.4) 64 (62.1)
No 67 (33.5) 41 (42.3) 26 (25.2)
Prefer not to answer 24 (12.0) 11 (11.3) 13 (12.6)
Feel stress after coming to Joran
Yes 77 (38.5) 43 (44.3) 34 (33.0)
Neutral 38 (19.0) 14 (14.4) 24 (23.3)
No 71 (35.5) 32 (33.0) 39 (37.9)
Prefer not to answer 14 (7.0) 8 (8.2) 6 (5.8)
The perceived change in amount of physical activity during living in Jordan compared with lived in Syria
Increased 69 (34.5) 30 (30.9) 39 (37.8)
Decreased 106 (53.0) 57 (58.8) 49 (47.5)
No change 17 (8.5) 7 (7.2) 10 (9.7)
Not sure 8 (4.0) 3 (3.1) 5 (4.8)