PENGARUH BODY MASS INDEX DENGAN PREVALENSI DAN DERAJAT GEJALA PMS PADA MAHASISWI AKADEMI KEPERAWATAN DHARMA WACANA METRO

Nia Risa Dewi, Nia PENGARUH BODY MASS INDEX DENGAN PREVALENSI DAN DERAJAT GEJALA PMS PADA MAHASISWI AKADEMI KEPERAWATAN DHARMA WACANA METRO. In: seminar Nasional Universitas Muhammadiyah Metro, , 15 November 2014, Metro.

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    Abstract

    Pre Menstrual Syndrome ( PMS ) is a group of symptoms that usually begins one week to a few days before the onset of menstruation, and disappear after your period comes . Research with a descriptive with cross sectional study design, aims to determine the prevalence and influence of Body Mass Index ( BMI ) and prevalence of Pre Menstrual Syndrome and Pre Menstrual Syndrome degree in Nursing student of Dharma Wacana Metro. The population in this study are all female students of Nursing Dharma Wacana Metro level I , II and III academic year 2013 / 2014. The research sample of 82 respondents . The results obtained by the analysis of the majority of respondents ( 89 % ) suffer from PMS. Analysis of the degree of PMS symptoms on 73 respondents who experienced PMS obtained 80.8 % had mild PMS symptoms , 19.2 % had moderate symptoms of PMS and 0 % had severe PMS symptoms. 56.1 % of respondents with normal weight, 34.1 % with less weight and only a small proportion ( 9.8 % ) with excess weight. Chi-square test was concluded there was no difference in the proportion of the incidence of Pre Menstrual Syndrome among female students who have less weight, normal weight and overweight ( p value = 0.067 ) . This means that there is no influence of BMI with the prevalence of Pre Menstrual Syndrome. In addition , there was no difference between the proportion of degrees of symptoms of PMS students who have less weight, normal weight and overweight ( p value = 0.079 ) . This means that there is no influence of BMI with the degree of the symptoms of PMS . The incidence of Pre Menstrual Syndrome can be prevented and minimized by means of lifestyle modification in the way of communication with the people closest to the problem of PMS, with a reduction in salt intake and carb, decrease consumption of caffeine and exercise regularly . Key words: Body Mass Index, Pre Menstrual Syndrome

    Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Speech)
    Subjects: R Medicine > RT Nursing
    Divisions: Faculty of Medicine > Department of Nursing
    Depositing User: S.Kp. M.Kep., SpMat. Nia Risa Dewi
    Date Deposited: 11 Feb 2015 12:16
    Last Modified: 11 Feb 2015 12:16
    URI: http://eprints.unsri.ac.id/id/eprint/5158

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