Table 4: Influencing factors on outcome variables (n = 535).

Variable AUDIT: ≤ 7 (n=520)
SBP BMI Stress
B SE t (p) B SE t (p) B SE t (p)
Intercept 84.22 2.79 30.19 (<.001) 6.11 2.30 2.66 (.009) 1.62 0.31 5.28 (<.001)
Sex (ref=Female)
Male 5.54 1.01 5.48 (<.001) -0.20 0.34 -0.59 (.554)
Depression (ref=No)
Yes 0.88 0.13 6.96 (<.001)
Health status -0.34 0.25 -1.38 (.169)
SBP 0.15 0.02 7.45 (<.001) 0.00 0.00 0.69 (.493)
BMI 0.99 0.14 7.22 (<.001) 0.00 0.00 0.62 (.539)
Stress 0.29 0.68 0.42 (.677) 0.15 0.25 0.60 (.552)
Wald F (p) 35.28 (<.001) 13.91 (<.001) 16.20 (<.001)
R2 .229 .164 .151
Variable AUDIT: > 7 (n=15)
SBP BMI Stress
B SE t (p) B SE t (p) B SE t (p)
Intercept 125.92 37.93 3.32 (.001) 17.46 8.85 1.97 (.051) 2.62 0.99 2.64 (.009)
Sex (ref=Female)
Male 12.50 8.40 1.49 (.139)
Depression (ref=No)
Yes 0.41 0.38 1.06 (.292)
Health status -4.71 4.46 -1.06 (.293)
SBP 0.08 0.09 0.89 (.373) 0.00 0.00 0.26 (.799)
BMI 0.11 0.92 0.11 (.909) -0.04 0.03 -1.23 (.220)
Stress -2.39 4.19 -0.57 (.569) -1.80 0.62 -2.89 (.005)
Wald F (p) 7.31 (<.001) 4.14 (.018) 0.81 (.489)
R2 .281 .143 .165

AUDIT: Alcohol use disorders identification test; SBP: Systolic blood pressure; BMI: Body mass index.

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