Variables

Quit status

P-value

Abstinent
N (%)

Relapsed
N (%)

Education level

 

 

 

Illiterate

6(33.3)

12(66.7)

0.812

 

 

Elementary school

42(40.0)

63(60.0)

Guidance school

58(33.0)

118(67.0)

High school

37(37.4)

62(62.6)

University education

11(36.7)

19(63.3)

Marital status

 

 

 

Single

67(31.2)

143(68.1)

0.145

Married

85(40.1)

124(59.3)

Divorced

3(27.3)

8(72.7)

Job

 

 

 

Student

6(28.6)

15(71.4)

0.011

 

Unemployed & housewife

53(25.5)

155(74.5)

Governmental employee & retired

7(36.8)

12(63.2)

Self-employed

66(41.8)

92(58.2)

Type of consumed drug

 

 

 

Heroin

83(34.6)

157(65.4)

0.009

Opium

2(16.7)

10(83.3)

Crack

24(28.2)

61(71.8)

More than one drug

45(49.5)

46(50.5)

Smoking status

 

 

 

Ex-smoker

15(75.0)

5(25.0)

P<0.001

Current smoker

132(32.8)

270(67.2)

First consumed drug (other than cigarettes and alcohol)

 

 

 

Cannabis

119(33.6)

235(66.4)

0.037

Opium

22(44.0)

28(56.0)

Heroin

14(56.0)

11(44.0)

Have drug user in the family

 

 

 

Yes

55(25.6)

160(74.4)

P<0.001

No

99(46.7)

70(53.3)

Having a family disputes

 

 

 

Very high or high

4(10.0)

36(90.0)

P<0.001

Somewhat

17(9.9)

154(90.1)

Low

125(60.4)

82(39.6)

Hoping to quit

 

 

 

Very high

119(48.2)

128(51.8)

P<0.001

High

32(24.4)

99(75.6)

Somewhat or low

3(8.6)

32(91.4)

Employment status after quitting

 

 

 

Employed

102(72.5)

41(27.5)

P<0.001

Unemployed

53(18.5)

234(81.5)

Stay connected with drug-user friends after quitting

 

 

 

Yes

6(2.3)

259(97.7)

P<0.001

No

148(90.8)

15(9.2)

Table 1: Percentage of demographic and key characteristics of subjects by quit status (abstinentor relapse).