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Table 1 Characteristics for the whole group and women with or without current and lifetime GORD

From: Gastro oesophageal reflux disease (GORD)-related symptoms and its association with mood and anxiety disorders and psychological symptomology: a population-based study in women

  All Current GORD-related symptoms* Lifetime GORD-related symptoms
   Yes No P value Yes No P value
  n = 1084 n = 114 n = 958   n = 151 n = 933  
Age at interview (yr) 50.7(34.3, 65.9) 68.6 (58.4, 77.4) 48.1 (32.1, 63.7) <0.001 66.1 (56.6,77.3) 47.8 (31.5, 63.2) <0.001
BMI (kg/m 2 )* 26.3 (23.4, 55.0) 28.6 (25.0, 33.9) 26.0 (23.2, 30.5) <0.001 28.3 (24.5, 33.6) 26.0 (23.3, 30.5) <0.001
Alcohol consumption (g/day)* 2.9 (0.3, 12.0) 0.8 (0.1, 11.0) 3.1 (0.4, 12.2) 0.18 1.5 (0.0, 9.9) 3.2 (0.4, 12.4) 0.2
Smokers (current)* 153 (14.1%) 12 (10.5%) 139 (14.5%) 0.25 16 (10.6%) 137 (14.7%) 0.18
Physically active* 840 (77.6%) 77 (67.5%) 758 (79.3%) 0.004 98 (64.9%) 742 (79.7%) <0.001
Socio-economic status
Quintile 1 (most disadvantaged) 167 (15.4%) 21 (18.4%) 145 (15.1%) 0.79 27 (17.9%) 140 (15.0%) 0.85
Quintile 2 232 (21.4%) 25 (21.9%) 206 (21.5%) 32 (21.2%) 200 (21.4%)
Quintile 3 253 (23.3%) 28 (24.6%) 221 (23.1%) 37 (24.5%) 216 (23.2%)
Quintile 4 211 (19.5%) 18 (15.6%) 188 (19.6%) 26 (17.2%) 185 (19.8%)
Quintile 5 221 (20.4%) 22 (19.3%) 198 (20.7%) 29 (19.2%) 120 (20.6%)
Mood disorder (current) 114 (10.6%) 18 (15.8%) 72 (7.5%) 0.003 - - -
Anxiety disorder (current) 83 (7.7%) 11 (9.7%) 70 (7.3%) 0.37 - - -
Current symptomatology (GHQ >3)* 161 (15.2%) 27 (25%) 129 (13.8%) 0.002 - - -
Mood disorder (lifetime) 311 (28.7%) - - - 47 (31.1%) 264 (28.3%) 0.48
Anxiety disorder (lifetime) 144 (13.3%) - - - 26 (17.2%) 118 (12.7%) 0.13
  1. *Missing values: BMI n = 29, alcohol consumption n = 33, physically active n = 2, smokers n = 1, current GORD n = 12, GHQ n = 27.
  2. Values are given as median (IQR) or n (%).