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Table 3 The logistic regression analysis results of investigated risk factors on hypertension

From: The effect of body mass index and its interaction with family history on hypertension: a case–control study

Variables B S.E, Wals df Sig. OR OR 95% C.I.
lower upper
Age −0.255 0.205 1.551 1 0.213 0.775 0.519 1.157
Education 0.091 0.103 0.791 1 0.374 1.096 0.896 1.339
BMI −0.843 0.143 34.893 1 < 0.001 1.430 1.325 1.569
WHR −0.561 0.247 5.148 1 0.023 1.571 1.352 1.926
Blood type −0.006 0.066 0.008 1 0.927 0.994 0.874 1.131
Occupation −0.096 0.078 1.502 1 0.220 0.909 0.780 1.059
work/life pressure 0.156 0.155 1.023 1 0.312 1.169 0.864 1.583
environmental noise −0.057 0.145 0.154 1 0.695 0.945 0.711 1.255
Taste 0.228 0.121 3.558 1 0.059 1.256 0.991 1.593
Sleeping time −0.260 0.142 3.344 1 0.067 0.771 0.584 1.019
Sports 0.090 0.125 0.512 1 0.474 1.094 0.856 1.398
Drinking 0.330 0.163 4.093 1 0.048 1.391 1.010 1.914
Smoking −0.080 0.09 0.788 1 0.375 0.924 0.775 1.101
Family history 1.412 0.221 40.733 1 < 0.001 4.103 2.660 6.33
constant 2.234 1.119 3.986 1 0.046 9.334   
  1. BMI body mass index, WHR waist-to-hip ratio