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Table 4 Effects of sedentary behaviors on HRQoL

From: The association between elderly people’s sedentary behaviors and their health-related quality of life: focusing on comparing the young-old and the old-old

 TotalYoung-oldOld-old
OR (95% CI)wald, t (p)OR (95% CI)wald, t (p)OR (95% CI)wald, t (p)
Mobility1.089 (1.042, 1.137)14.663 (< 0.001)1.054 (0.987, 1.124)2.486 (0.115)1.130 (1.064, 1.199)16.116 (< 0.001)
Self-care1.117 (1.056, 1.183)14.705 (< 0.001)1.120 (1.025, 1.223)6.274 (0.012)1.110 (1.027, 1.201)6.896 (0.009)
Usual activities1.145 (1.091, 1.202)29.947 (< 0.001)1.138 (1.064, 1.216)14.289 (< 0.001)1.156 (1.082, 1.237)18.106 (< 0.001)
Pain/discomfort1.059 (1.019, 1.100)8.369 (0.004)1.035 (0.977, 1.096)1.344 (0.246)1.093 (1.03, 1.16)8.732 (0.003)
Anxiety/depression1.100 (1.043, 1.159)12.347 (0.001)1.025 (0.954, 1.101)0.455 (0.500)1.224 (1.127, 1.328)23.242 (< 0.001)
  1. a Control variables: gender, household income, education level, marital status, activity limits, bed-ridden