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

Table 6

The impact of particular types of metabolic syndrome component on higher values on a point scale based on the Oswestry questionnaire in a group of respondents with recurrent or chronic nsLBP declaring sedentary lifestyle.

Metabolic syndrome componentRecurrent nsLBPChronic nsLBP
Non- standardizedbeta coefficientSE tpNon- standardized  
beta coefficient
SE tp

Smoking0.3790.9870.3840.7011.231.2640.9140.701

Excessive coffee consumption (≥ 6 cups for day)-1.5020.744-2.0180.0451.7112.6990.6340.527

Overweight or obesity6.2430.59910.425<0.0018.1680.8679.424<0.001

Hyperlipidemia2.4151.0762.2440.0260.4791.6960.2820.778

Diabetes type 20.4881.0200.4790.6334.2631.4083.0290.003

Hypertension-2.8933.288-0.8800.380-1.4891.436-1.0360.303

SE: standard error.
The average score obtained on the Oswestry questionnaire was significantly increased, test t.
The average score obtained on the Oswestry questionnaire was significantly decreased, in the univariate linear regression model, test t.

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