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Table 8 Relationship between PMS and participants’ physical activity

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

PMS Symptoms Factors Univariate Analysisa Multivariate Analysisb
Beta (95% CI) p value Beta (95% CI) p value R square
Psychological Workout at gym .018 (−.073 to .085) .884 .144 (−.063 to .151) .411 .219
Workout at home .027 (−.058 to .085) .713 −.282 (−.254 to .024) .102
Walking .054 (−.009 to .024) .350 .328 (−.002 to .085) .063
Physical Workout at gym −.153 (−.115 to .026) .209 −.070 (−.125 to .085) .699 .168
Workout at home .092 (−.024 to .106) .216 −.225 (−.224 to .049) .202
Walking .030 (−.011 to .020) .606 .340 (−.002 to .084) .062
Behavioral Workout at gym .100 (−.055 to .132) .416 .188 (−.056 to .189) .275 .243
Workout at home .114 (−.019 to .160) .124 .016 (−.152 to .167) .922
Walking −.008 (−.023 to .020) .891 .411 (.010 to .111) .020*
  1. *p < .05; **p < .01 using simple linear regression/multiple linear regression
  2. a Univariate analysis using simple linear regression
  3. bMultivariate analysis using multiple linear regression