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08250: Lifestyle habits, by age and education level (per cent) 2002 - 2019

Jorun Ramm, Statistics Norway
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2020-06-25 08:00
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BMI = Body Mass Index = self reported weight (in kilos) divided by height (in metres) squared. Due to changes in question formulations, some of the figures for 2015 are not quite comparable to figures for earlier years. This pertains to the questions on intoxication, weekly exercise, and whether one eats fish, fruits or vegetables daily.

living habit

Hazardous alcohol consumption

The alcohol consumption is estimated according to WHO as harmful if the consumption is mean 20 gram pure alcohol per day for women, and mean 40 grams pure alcohol per day for men. This is equal to one and a half per day for women and approx. 3 drinks per day for men.

level of education

Upper secondary education

Upper secondary education includes intermediate level courses based on completed upper secondary level, but which are not accredited as tertiary education.