Background: Diabetes mellitus (DM) was health problem globally. This research aims to know the influence of prediabetic life style to be type2 DM. Method: This was hystorical cohort study located in South Sulawesi Province, Indonesia in 2016. The exposure was life style while outcome was incidence of type-2 DM. Source of life style data was using the Indonesian Basic Health Research 2013, while DM was conducted by glucose test. Samples were as many as 192 respondent, divide into two group expose and un-exposed. The data was analyzed by Cox Regression using SPSS. Results: The incidence of type-2 DM in non-exposed group was 32.7%, while in exposed group was 41.3%. The high risk of life style group were more likely to be type-2 DM than the low risk one (RR 1.9, CI95% 1.11-3.32). Factors affected with type-2 DM were found including smoking habit (former smokers: RR 2.9, 95%CI 1.57-5.23, while smoker RR 2.2, CI95% 1.06-4.38); physical activity (moderate activity: RR2.4, CI95% 1.27-4.56, light activity RR 3.4, CI95% 1,79-6,78 than heavy group). Conclusions: Less activity and smoked people were more likely to be suffer from type-2 DM, while eating habit have no significant effect on Type 2 DM incidence.
|Number of pages||7|
|Journal||Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|