Table 2

Motivation to change lifestyle behaviours in people with severe mental illness (SMI) (n = 52) and people with non-psychotic mental illness (n = 94).

Lifestyle Behaviour

Report behaviour

OR (95% CI)

Concerned about behaviour

OR

(95% CI)

Want to change behaviour

OR

(95% CI)

Tried to change behaviour

OR

(95% CI)

Successfully changed behaviour

OR

(95% CI)


SMI

n

(%)

Non-SMI*

n

(%)

SMI

n

(%)

Non-SMI*

n

(%)

SMI

n

(%)

Non-SMI*

n

(%)

SMI

n

(%)

Non-SMI*

n

(%)

SMI

n

(%)

Non-SMI*

n

(%)


Smoking

34

(65.4)

30

(31.9)

4.0

(2.0-8.3)

P < 0.001

28

(82.4)

26

(86.7)

0.7

(0.2-2.8)

p = 0.897

24

(85.7)

18

(69.2)

2.7

(0.7-10.3)

p = 0.207

15

(62.5)

12

(66.7)

0.8

(0.2-3.0)

p = 0.963

1

(6.7)

1

(8.3)

0.8

(0.04-0.03)

p = 0.565

Lack of exercise

51

(98.1)

89

(94.7)

2.9

(0.3-25.2)

p = 0.326

34

(66.6)

60

(67.4)

1.4

(0.7-2.9)

p = 0.396

33

(97.0)

51

(85.0)

5.8

(0.7-48.1)

p = 0.141

13

(39.4)

37

(72.5)

0.2

(0.01-0.6)

p = 0.005

5

(41.7)

15

(40.5)

0.7

(0.2-2.6)

p = 0.862

Poor diet

51

(98.1)

89

(94.7)

2.9

(0.3-25.2)

p = 0.326

20

(39.2)

29

(32.6)

1.3

(0.6-2.7)

p = 0.533

15

(75.0)

26

(89.7)

0.3

(0.07-1.6)

p = 0.281

7

(46.7)

16

(61.5)

0.5

(0.2-2.0)

p = 0.548

4

(57.1)

10

(62.5)

0.8

(0.1-4.9)

p = 0.824


*"Non-psychotic mental illness" has been abbreviated as "Non-SMI" in order to accommodate spatial restrictions;

OR: Odds ratio for SMI

Buhagiar et al. BMC Psychiatry 2011 11:104   doi:10.1186/1471-244X-11-104

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