Skip to main content

Table 2 Changes in body mass index (kg/m2) over 5 years as classified according to commuting mode transition (n = 29,758)

From: Association of changes in commute mode with body mass index and visceral adiposity: a longitudinal study

 Commuting mode transition over 5 years
Maintained inactiveSwitching to inactiveSwitching to active or public transportationMaintained active or public transportation
 Crude model0.18 (0.16, 0.20)0.27 (0.21, 0.33)0.07 (0.01, 0.13)0.02 (− 0.01, 0.05)
ReferenceP = 0.005P = 0.001P < 0.001
 Multivariable model 1a0.18 (0.16, 0.20)0.26 (0.23, 0.29)0.11 (0.09, 0.13)0.01 (−0.01, 0.04)
ReferenceP = 0.006P < 0.001P < 0.001
 Multivariable model 2b0.19 (0.17, 0.21)0.24 (0.20, 0.27)0.10 (0.09, 0.12)0.01 (−0.01, 0.04)
ReferenceP < 0.001P = 0.001P < 0.001
  1. Data are shown as estimated mean with 95% confidence intervals. Ref, Reference
  2. aModel 1: Baseline variables of age, sex, and body mass index were adjusted
  3. bModel 2: Further adjusted for smoking transition, baseline alcohol consumption, 5-year changes in alcohol consumption, baseline sleep duration, changes in the sleep duration, baseline weekly exercise duration during leisure, 5-year changes in the exercise duration, occupational physical activity transition, job position transition, shift work transition, and overtime work transition