Table 3: Historical childhood data. Odds ratios (OR) of binge-drinking and drunkenness in men with adverse childhood experiences ( 𝑛 = 2 0 7 ), compared with men without adverse childhood experiences ( 𝑛 = 6 3 2 ) as a reference group in the KIHD study ( 𝑛 = 8 3 9 ).

OR (95% CI)
Spirits ≥ 31 cL/sessionBeer ≥ 6 bottles/sessionWine ≥ 51 cL/sessionFortified wine ≥ 38 cL/sessionBingeing with any beverage/sessionBeing drunk ≥ 1 times/week

No adverse childhood experiences (reference)1.01.01.01.01.01.0
Adverse childhood experience, adjusted for
 Model 11.49 (1.00–2.21)1.77 (0.83–3.79)1.34 (0.58–3.09)1.46 (0.76–2.78)1.51 (1.05–2.18)1.47 (0.85–2.53)
 Model 21.35 (0.90–2.02)1.72 (0.80–3.71)1.46 (0.62–3.43)1.27 (0.65–2.49)1.42 (0.98–2.06)1.38 (0.80–2.39)
 Model 31.40 (0.93–2.12)1.74 (0.81–3.73)1.38 (0.60–3.17)1.32 (0.67–2.61)1.47 (1.01–2.14)1.43 (0.82–2.47)
 Model 41.63 (1.01–2.60)1.82 (0.79–4.20)1.69 (0.65–4.37)1.37 (0.62–2.99)1.58 (1.02–2.45)2.13 (1.06–4.28)
 Model 51.53 (0.93–2.52)1.79 (0.76–4.21)1.73 (0.65–4.62)1.37 (0.59–3.17)1.53 (0.96–2.43)1.94 (0.95–3.98)

Model 1: adjusted for age, examination year.
Model 2: the same as model 1 and childhood socioeconomic position, education.
Model 3: the same as model 1 and adulthood socioeconomic position (income level, occupation).
Model 4: the same as model 1 and behavioural factors in adulthood (body mass index, leisure time physical activity, smoking, alcohol consumption).
Model 5: the same as model 2 and adulthood socioeconomic position and behavioural factors in adulthood.