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Research Article

Sedentary Lifestyle and Nonspecific Low Back Pain in Medical Personnel in North-East Poland

Table 3

The study population presented in the context of physical activity in the week before filling the questionnaire and concomitant/potential predictive factors of nsLBP.

VariablesTotal respondent group (N)Respondents with recurrent nsLBP  
N()
Respondents with chronic nsLBP  
N()

Sedentary lifestyle302171 (67.59)13 (12.75)

Moderate physical activity1068 (3.16)17 (16.67)

Increased physical activity573 (1.19)5 (4.90)

High physical activity14471 (28.06)67 (65.69)

Overweight or obesity298140 (55.34)61 (59.8)

Smoking tobacco370214(84.58)71 (69.61)

Excessive coffee consumption31141(16.21)5 (4.9)

Hyperlipidemia4531 (68.89)14 (13.73)

Arterial hypertension343 (8.82)21 (20.59)

Diabetes type 25836 (62.07)20 (19.61)

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