Relationship of the Self-perception of Lifestyle with Level of Physical Activity in People with and without Type 2 Diabetes

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Briseida Mayel Perez-Avelino
Nicolás Padilla-Raygoza
Verónica Benitez-Guerrero
María Luisa Sánchez Padilla
Vicente Beltrán-Campos
María de Lourdes García-Campos

Abstract

Objective: To determine the relationship of the perception of lifestyle with the level of physical activity in people with type 2 diabetes and without type 2 diabetes.

Study Design: Analytical cross-sectional observational study in Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico.

Methodology: Sample composed of 100 people with type 2 diabetes and 100 people without type 2 diabetes, the lifestyle questionnaire and IPAQ questionnaire were used. Descriptive statistics were calculated for sociodemographic variables; it was calculated Chi-square test and Odds Ratio.  To demonstrate the statistical significance of results, the value of P was set at .05. Statistical analysis was performed in STATA 13.0 ®.

Results: In patients with Type 2 Diabetes predominated females, married, who never went school and elementary and BMI ≥ 25 kg/m2; among patients without Type 2 Diabetes, predominant males, singles, went school or university, BMI ≥25 kg/m2; no relationship was found between lifestyle perception and level of physical activity in adults with type 2 diabetes (X² = 0.0022 gl 1 P = .96) neither it was found a significant relationship between lifestyle perception and level of physical activity in adults without type 2 diabetes (X² = 5.23 gl 1 P = .02 RM = 2.85 95% CI = 0.80 to 10.4).

Conclusion: The results show that self-perception of lifestyle and physical activity is different in people with less age, more schooling, males.

Keywords:
Physical activity, diabetes, self-perception of lifestyle.

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Perez-Avelino, B. M., Padilla-Raygoza, N., Benitez-Guerrero, V., Padilla, M. L. S., Beltrán-Campos, V., & García-Campos, M. de L. (2019). Relationship of the Self-perception of Lifestyle with Level of Physical Activity in People with and without Type 2 Diabetes. International Journal of TROPICAL DISEASE & Health, 38(3), 1-7. https://doi.org/10.9734/ijtdh/2019/v38i330186
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