Table 1

Distribution of demographic, life-style and psychosocial factors among the study population (N=18 769)
N %
Gender
   Female 11 519 61.4
   Male 7 247 38.6
Age-group
   55-59 4 984 26.6
   45-49 4 649 24.8
   35-39 4 336 23.1
   25-29 4 797 25.6
Education
   Lower 10 412 55.5
   Higher 8 332 44.5
Marital status
   Marriage/cohabitation 12 838 68.5
   Single/widow/divorced 5 909 31.5
Living
   With ≥1 persons 15 116 81.5
   With 0 persons 3.439 18.5
Obesity
   BMI < 30 13 917 75.5
   BMI ≥ 30 4 519 24.5
Smoking
   No 8 227 47.8
   Quitted 5 163 30.0
   Regular (<5 cigarettes/day) 416 2.4
   Regular (≥5 cigarettes/day) 3 410 19.8
Alcohol use
   None or minimal 6 161 32.9
   Moderate 11 523 61.5
   Heavy 1 043 5.6
Exercise activity
   Much (met≥2) 13 430 72.0
   Little (met<20 5 222 28.0
Stress
   Low 5 113 27.5
   Moderate 9 242 49.8
   High 4 217 22.7
Depression
   Beck 0-19 17 631 95.7
   Beck ≥20 787 4.3
Hostility
   Low 3 913 21.0
   Moderate 10 483 56.2
   High 4 245 22.8
Optimism
   High 5 747 30.9
   Moderate 9 242 49.7
   Low 3 590 19.3
Life satisfaction
   High 4 568 24.5
   Moderate 10 553 56.7
   Low 3 498 18.8
Childhood adversities (n)
   0 7 325 39.2
   1 4 863 26.0
   2-6 6 513 34.8
Negative events
   Few (0-2) 14 515 77.7
   Many (>2) 4 158 22.3
Positive events
   Many (>2) 16 216 87.9
   Few 90-2) 2 232 12.1
Social support (points)
   ≥18 1 682 9.0
   12-17 5 008 26.7
   6-11 10 212 54.4
   0-5 1 867 9.9
Support type
   Gets as much as gives 6 010 32.5
   Gets more than gives 7 170 38.8
   Gets less than gives 5 284 28.6

Korpimäki et al.

Korpimäki et al. BMC Family Practice 2012 13:107   doi:10.1186/1471-2296-13-107

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