Fig. 1 | International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity

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From: A compositional analysis of time spent in sleep, sedentary behaviour and physical activity with all-cause mortality risk

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Estimated HRs associated with hypothetical time displacements from one movement behaviour to another. All estimates have been adjusted for age, gender, education, family poverty-to-income ratio, BMI, smoking status, alcohol consumption and diet quality. HRs reflect the hypothetical change in estimated mortality risk associated with reallocating time spent in a) MVPA, b) LIPA, c) SED, and, d) sleep based on parameter estimates from compositional regression. The difference in minutes/day are modelled around the mean movement behaviour composition (reference). Time is substituted between the movement behaviour on the x-axis and the movement behaviour indicated by the line. For example, Panel B shows estimated HRs associated with hypothetically changing the mean amount of time spent in LIPA. As more minutes are added to LIPA, it is estimated that the associated HR will increase if this time is taken from MVPA, but decrease if this time is taken from sleep or SED. Substitutions were not made beyond the range of the 2.5th to 97.5th percentile of minutes per day spent in each movement behaviour (e.g., no more than 75.4 min per day were added to the mean 16.8 min per day spent in MVPA)

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