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Table 2 Odds Ratios and 95% confidence intervals for the presence of MetS according to snoring status and BMI

From: Additive interaction of snoring and body mass index on the prevalence of metabolic syndrome among Chinese coal mine employees: a cross-sectional study

  Snoring status Snoring BMI
Never Occasionally Habitually No Yes <24 ≥24
MetS, n (%) 375 (28.09) 556 (39.15) 544 (52.36) 375 (28.09) 1100 (44.73) 1574 (17.09) 2220 (54.32)
Model 1 1.00 1.64 (1.39,1.92)
P < 0.001
2.50 (2.10,2.97)
P < 0.001
1.00 1.95 (1.69,2.26)
P < 0.001
1.00 5.49 (4.70,6.43)
P < 0.001
Model 2 1.00 1.31 (1.09,1.56)
P = 0.0034
1.50 (1.24,1.82)
P < 0.001
1.00 1.38 (1.17,1.62)
P < 0.001
1.00 5.18 (4.41,6.08)
P < 0.001
  1. Model 1: adjusted for age and sex
  2. Model 2: adjusted for age, sex, current smoking, alcohol consumption, marital status, physical activity level, monthly income, work type. Additionally, BMI was included as a covariate when assessing snoring status and snoring status as a covariate when assessing BMI