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Table 3 Medical history and lifestyle of participants

From: Prevalence of premenstrual syndrome and its association with psychosocial and lifestyle variables: a cross-sectional study from Palestine

Variable Total (N = 389)  
  Number (N) Percentage (%)
Smoking   
Non-smoker 340 86.1
Irregular smoker 39 9.9
Regular smoker 16 4.1
Reporter type of smoking   
Cigarette 8 2
Pipe (shisha) 52 13.1
Chronic disease   
Yes 9 2.3
No 381 97.7
Use of medications   
Yes 6 1.5
No 391 98.5
Medical surgery   
Yes 68 17.3
No 325 82.7
Regular menstruation   
Yes 297 75.4
No 97 24.6
Workout at gym   
Yes 14 3.5
Sometimes 63 15.9
No 320 80.6
Workout at home   
Yes 28 7.1
Sometimes 198 50.1
No 169 42.8
Walk   
Yes 194 48.9
Sometimes 163 41.1
No 40 10.1
Work requires physical activity   
Yes 103 26.2
Sometimes 158 40.2
No 132 33.6
  Mean ± SD Range
Screen time (hours/day) 5.38 ± 3.07 (1–20)
Sleeping (hours/day) 7.53 ± 1.97 (2–17)
Workout at gym (hours/week) 2.86 ± 2.28 (0.25–14)
Workout at home (hours/week) 1.52 ± 1.47 (0.08–7)
Walking time (hours/week) 3.83 ± 4.66 (0.17–49)
  1. SD standard deviation