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Table 3 Linear regression analyses examining the relationship of mental health with moderate-to-vigorous activity (MVPA) (minutes/day) and sedentary behaviour (% of wear time)

From: Physical activity, depressed mood and pregnancy worries in European obese pregnant women: results from the DALI study

Ln(MVPA) Ratio 95 % CI p-value
Crude model
 Good well-being vs depressed mood 1.72 0.99 – 2.99 0.06
 Many worries (ref) 1.00   
 Some worries 1.27 0.72 – 2.23 0.40
 No or few worries 1.18 0.64 – 2.19 0.59
Model 1
 Good well-being vs depressed mood 1.70 1.02 – 2.82 0.04
 Many worries (ref) 1.00   
 Some worries 0.97 0.58 – 1.62 0.89
 No or few worries 0.92 0.52 – 1.61 0.77
Model 2
 Good well-being vs depressed mood 1.85 1.06 – 3.24 0.03
 Many worries (ref) 1.00   
 Some worries 0.94 0.55 – 1.61 0.83
 No or few worries 1.01 0.57 – 1.80 0.97
 Sedentary behaviour Difference 95 % CI p-value
Crude model
 Good well-being vs depressed mood −16.82 −60.76 – 27.13 0.45
 Many worries (ref) 0   
 Some worries 8.05 −35.78 – 51.89 0.72
 No or few worries −18.62 −66.52 – 29.27 0.44
Model 1
 Good well-being vs depressed mood −18.94 −63.95 – 26.08 0.41
 Many worries (ref) 0   
 Some worries 4.88 −40.01 – 49.76 0.83
 No or few worries −16.17 −64.86 – 32.51 0.51
Model 2
 Good well-being vs depressed mood −36.24 −85.07 – 12.60 0.14
 Many worries (ref) 0   
 Some worries 1.70 −43.34 – 46.74 0.94
 No or few worries −13.43 −62.25 – 35.39 0.59
  1. Model 1: Corrected for BMI, smoking behaviour, and alcohol consumption
  2. Model 2: Corrected for BMI, smoking behaviour, alcohol consumption, attitude weight, attitude physical activity, self-efficacy, social support and outcome expectancies
  3. Bold font indicates statistically significant associations (p< 0.05).