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Effects of Subjective Body Shape Perceptions and Health Behaviors on Obesity in Adult Men

이금비, 김도희, 이수빈, 한아름, 소영진, 최영진

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Objectives: The obesity rate among adult men is rapidly increasing compared to women. This study examined the relationship between subjective body shape perception, health behavior practices, and obesity among adult men. Methods: Using a sample of 1,294 adult men aged 29 to 59 years from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, we examined not only the relationship between health behavior practices and obesity rates but also the difference in health behavior practices by type of subjective body shape perception using a chi-square test. Results: In terms of health behavior characteristics, subjective body shape perception, weight control status, number of walking days per week, drinking frequency, dietary status, and conscious water intake were significantly related to obesity. In addition, there were differences in health behavior practices according to the type of subjective body shape perception. Conclusions: Differences in health behavior practices according to subjective body shape perception can be used to establish obesity management policies by body image perception group.


Ⅰ. Introduction
Ⅱ. Methods
1. Research subject
2. Variable definition
3. Analysis method
Ⅲ. Results
1. General characteristics of research subjects
2. Health behavior practice characteristics of research subjects
3. Obesity rate of study subjects
4. General characteristics and obesity rates
5. Relationship between health behavior practice characteristics and obesity rate
Ⅳ. Discussion
Ⅴ. Conclusion


  • 이금비 Geum-bi Lee. 을지대학교 의료경영학과
  • 김도희 Do-hee Kim. 연세대학교대학원 보건학과
  • 이수빈 Su-bin Lee. 강동경희대병원
  • 한아름 A-reum Han. 을지대학교 의료경영학과
  • 소영진 Young-jin So. 을지대학교 미용화장품과학과
  • 최영진 Young-jin Choi. 을지대학교 의료경영학과


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