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Table 1 Sociodemographic characteristics of survey participants, the total Korean population, and cases identified as having migraine, non-migraine headache, and insomnia

From: Impact of migraine on the clinical presentation of insomnia: a population-based study

  Survey participants
N (%)
Total population
N (%)
P Migraine
N, % (95% CI)
Non-migraine headache
N, % (95% CI)
Insomnia
N, % (95% CI)
Gender
 Men 1345 (49.3) 17,584,365 (50.6) 0.854 a 36, 2.7 (1.8–3.5) 471, 35.0 (32.5–37.6) 117, 8.7 (7.2–10.2)
 Women 1350 (50.7) 17,198,350 (49.4) 107, 7.9 (6.5–9.4) 659, 48.8 (46.2–51.5) 173, 12.8 (11.0–14.6)
Age
 19–29 542 (20.5) 7,717,947 (22.2) 0.917 a 25, 4.5 (2.7–6.2) 231, 42.6 (38.4–46.8) 59, 10.9 (8.3–13.5)
 30–39 604 (21.9) 8,349,487 (24.0) 42, 7.0 (4.9–9.1) 269, 44.5 (40.6–48.5) 53, 8.8 (6.5–11.0)
 40–49 611 (23.1) 8,613,110 (24.8) 39, 6.5 (4.5–8.4) 277, 45.3 (41.4–49.3) 66, 10.8 (8.3–13.3)
 50–59 529 (18.9) 6,167,505 (17.7) 22, 4.1 (2.4–5.9) 204, 38.6 (34.4–42.7) 63, 11.9 (9.1–14.7)
 60–69 409 (15.6) 3,934,666 (11.3) 15, 3.9 (2.0–5.7) 149, 36.4 (31.7–41.1) 49, 12.0 (8.8–15.1)
Size of residential area
 Large city 1248 (46.3) 16,776,771 (48.2) 0.921 a 76, 6.1 (4.8–7.5) 525, 42.1 (39.3–44.8) 136, 10.9 (9.2–12.6)
 Medium-to-small city 1186 (44.0) 15,164,345 (43.6) 48, 4.0 (2.9–5.2) 488, 41.1 (38.3–44.0) 125, 10.5 (8.8–12.3)
 Rural area 261 (9.7) 2,841,599 (8.2) 19, 7.4 (4.2–10.6) 117, 44.8 (38.8–50.9) 29, 11.1 (7.3–14.9)
Education level
 Middle school or less 393 (14.9) 6,608,716 (19.0) 0.752 a 22, 5.5 (4.2–7.7) 156, 42.0 (37.1–46.9) 62, 15.8 (12.2–19.4)
 High school 1208 (44.5) 15,234,829 (43.8) 60, 5.0 (3.8–6.3) 502, 41.6 (38.8–44.4) 116, 9.6 (7.9–11.3)
 College or more 1068 (39.6) 12,939,170 (37.2) 60, 5.6 (4.3–7.0) 457, 42.8 (40.0–45.8) 109, 10.2 (8.4–12.0)
 Not responded 26 (1.0)   1, 3.8 (0.0–11.8) 6, 23.1 (5.7–40.4) 3, 11.5 (0.0–24.7)
Total 2695 (100.0) 34,782,715 (100.0) 143, 5.3 (4.5–6.2) 1130, 41.9 (40.0–43.8) 290, 10.8 (9.6–11.9)
  1. aComparison of sex, age group, size of residential area, and educational level distributions between the sample in the present study and the total population of Korea
  2. N, number; CI, confidence interval