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8Food Therapy and Health Care  2019, Vol. 1 Issue (3): 73-77    DOI: 10.12032/FTHC201908002
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Research on hypertension in hohhot of mongolian: analysis of 9675 cases survey data
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Abstract  Objective: Through investigating the daily habits of hypertensive and non-hypertensive Mongolian in Hohhot to explore the effect of daily habits on hypertension and further provide basis for future policy making. Methods: Two community health service centers were identified in each of the four districts of Hohhot City using a stratified cluster random sampling method and a multi-stage stratified sampling method. Results: By January 2019, a total of 9,800 people was investigated, and 9675 people with complete data. The effective rate of the questionnaire was 98.7%. The standardized prevalence of hypertension was 21.8% in Mongolia. The prevalence rate of hypertension in Mongolia was statistically significant among the different genders, ages, presence or absence of obesity, different diet types, whether smoking or drinking, or having tea, and aerobic exercise. (P < 0.05 for all). Multivariate unconditional logistic regression analysis showed that males were risk factors for hypertension; female, non-obese, non-hobby meat, no smoking, hobby tea, no alcohol and aerobic exercise were protective factors. Obesity, hobbies, meat, smoking, drinking are important risk factors for hypertension in Mongolian population in Hohhot. Conclusion: It is preliminarily clarified that the risk factors related to hypertension are mainly related to their own health-related behaviors and genetic factors, suggesting the necessity of healthy physical examination, maintaining blood pressure stability, controlling body mass, and moderate exercise.

Key wordsMongolian      Daily habits      Hypertension      Cardiovascular     
Received: 25 May 2019      Published: 01 August 2019
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Hong-Mei Yu, Jian-Qiang Wu. Research on hypertension in hohhot of mongolian: analysis of 9675 cases survey data. 8Food Therapy and Health Care, 2019, 1(3): 73-77.

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https://www.tmrjournals.com/fthc/EN/10.12032/FTHC201908002     OR     https://www.tmrjournals.com/fthc/EN/Y2019/V1/I3/73

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