Lifestyle Behavioral Patterns Among Male and Female University Students of Pakistan

Aqsa Mohsin, Nuzhat Firdous


The existing study was conducted to analyze lifestyle behaviors among universities students. The sample of 200 students (100 male and 100 females) were selected through the procedure of simple random sampling. The tool of data collection was self – administrative based on the Lifestyle questionnaire and Lifestyle Assessment questionnaire from queen’s university peer mentor program. The data was statistically analyzed by applying t – test to find the difference between lifestyle behavioral patterns of male and female students and difference between lifestyle behavioral patterns of public and private university students. Results showed that there is difference between male and female lifestyle in some aspects of behavioral patterns, particularly their physical activity and weight management. There is also difference between the public and private university student’s lifestyle behavioral patterns. Specifically, in stress management and living style such as brand conscious.

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