Table 2

COVID-19 primary stress items relationship with changes in drinking amount (in units) from prequarantine to quarantine.

Stress factorN totalYes
M (SD)
N
Yes
No
M (SD)
N
No
MW
P value
MAN1
P value
MAN2
P value
95% CI
Essential worker13371.26 (12.8)2410.45 (7.5)10960.0003*0.070.08−3.4 to −0.02
Employment13370.17 (11.2)3230.13 (7.8)10140.770.950.97
Others ill13340.05 (7.1)4970.2 (9.6)8370.830.950.97
Others severely ill13360.06 (7.6)1270.15 (8.9)12090.830.950.97
Isolated alone13250.05 (11.6)1680.2 (8.2)11570.460.950.97
Having children13342.02 (11.9)2090.54 (7.9)1125<0.0001*0.04*0.02*−3.6 to −0.74
Poor relationship11680.4 (6.1)1870.19 (8.7)9810.460.950.97
Going outdoors13361.23 (6.8)1930.04 (9.0)11430.150.470.4
  • 95% confidence interval (CI) for most stringent statistically significant finding.

  • *p-value indicates statistical significance.

  • M, mean; MAN1 p-value, MANCOVA p-value controlling for age and gender; MAN2 p-value, MANCOVA p-value controlling for age, gender, depression, and anxiety; MW p-value, Mann-Whitney U-Test p-value; SD, standard deviation.