Journal of Diabetes Research / 2019 / Article / Tab 5

Research Article

The Relationship between Simple Snoring and Metabolic Syndrome: A Cross-Sectional Study

Table 5

Odds ratios for MetS components.

TotalMalesFemales
OR95% CIOR95% CIOR95% CI

HypertensionUnadjusted1.800(1.203, 2.694)3.024(1.550, 5.902)1.041(0.606, 1.787)
Multivariable adjusted1.730(1.130, 2.650)3.493(1.748, 6.979)0.899(0.501, 1.613)

Abdominal obesityUnadjusted1.424(0.880, 2.303)1.341(0.509, 3.531)2.237(1.262, 3.965)
Multivariable adjusted1.810(1.063, 3.083)0.943(0.335, 2.653)2.306(1.245, 4.270)

Hyper-TGUnadjusted2.376(1.498, 3.771)1.653(0.930, 2.938)2.845(1.233, 6.562)
Multivariable adjusted1.814(1.097, 2.998)1.443(0.774, 2.690)2.803(1.146, 6.856)

Hypo-HDLUnadjusted0.972(0.703, 1.345)1.038(0.640, 1.683)1.135(0.718, 1.796)
Multivariable adjusted0.876(0.615, 1.249)0.808(0.477, 1.368)0.897(0.551, 1.460)

HyperglycemiaUnadjusted1.495(0.908, 2.461)1.770(0.816, 3.838)1.236(0.627, 2.437)
Multivariable adjusted1.217(0.709, 2.092)1.696(0.736, 3.911)0.899(0.425, 1.899)

Adjusted for age, sex, smoking status, alcohol consumption, and other MetS components. TG: triglyceride; HDL: high-density lipoprotein cholesterol.

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