International Journal of Hypertension / 2015 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Associations of Short Sleep and Shift Work Status with Hypertension among Black and White Americans

Table 4

Logistic regression analysis indicating adjusted odds ratios (OR) and confidence intervals (CI) for hypertension among white (top pane) and black (bottom pane) shift workers reporting short sleep duration.

Likelihood of reporting hypertension among white and black shift workers reporting short sleep
VariableOR95% CI lower95% CI upper

White shift worker with short sleep1.170.901.520.23
Gender0.790.690.91<0.01
Age1.061.061.07<0.01
Income0.930.771.110.41
Tobacco use1.031.011.05<0.01
Alcohol use1.190.931.520.16
Emotional distress1.520.872.670.14
Diabetes3.582.744.67<0.01

VariableOR95% CI lower95% CI upper

Black shift worker with short sleep1.811.292.54<0.01
Gender1.401.011.94<0.05
Age1.091.081.11<0.01
Income0.910.641.290.59
Tobacco use1.260.911.750.17
Alcohol use1.791.172.75<0.01
Emotional distress3.550.8514.770.08
Diabetes5.933.1611.11<0.01

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