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스트레스 수준과 흡연여부의 관련성

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 Association of Stress Level with Smoking 
 이경희  ;  정우진  ;  이선미 
 Journal of the Korean Academy of Family Medicine (가정의학회지), Vol.27(1) : 42-48, 2006 
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Journal of the Korean Academy of Family Medicine(가정의학회지)
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smoking ; stress
Background : Smoking contributes to increased incidence of disease and mortality, as well as to a significant loss in socioeconomic fields. The purpose of this study was to identify the relationship between stress and smoking behavior.

Methods : We analyzed data from 1997 Korea's Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System Survey collected through telephone interview based on the multi-stage stratified random sampling (N=1,055). For the analysis of the data on demographic and economic characteristics and health behavior, χ2 test and multiple logistic regression were used to determine the relationship between stress and smoking.

Results : Multiple logistic analysis showed that the group with mid level stress had a 1.52 times (95% CI=1.03∼2.24) greater risk for smoking than the low stress group and the high stress group, a 2.34 times (95% CI=1.14∼4.82) greater risk. There was a higher risk in men than in women, in the group who had experienced divorce or lost of spouse than for those who were married, in those who are employed than unemployed and in drinkers than abstainers.

Conclusion : This study found that the group who experienced higher stress levels carried higher proportion of smokers. Therefore, sound stress management and development and implementation of systematic stress control programs will contribute to health promotion and disease prevention.
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Yonsei Authors
Lee, Kyung Hee(이경희) ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2964-8356
Lee, Sun Mi(이선미)
Chung, Woo Jin(정우진) ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2090-4851
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