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The correlation between spiritual coping with the lifestyle of hypertension patients in Ploso Kuning village

  • Umdatus Soleha ,
  • Siti Nurjanah ,
  • Firnanda Erindia ,

Abstract

Introduction: The lifestyle of patients with hypertension is an important factor in treating hypertension, but in fact, the lifestyle of patients with hypertension is still quite bad. A bad lifestyle triggers complications and increases the prevalence of hypertension. The purpose of the study was to analyze the relationship between spiritual coping and the lifestyle of hypertension sufferers.

Methods: The research method uses observational analytics, the independent variable is spiritual coping, the dependent variable is the lifestyle of people with hypertension, and the sampling technique uses simple random sampling. The sampled population is all hypertension sufferers in Ploso Kuning village who are between 26 to 65 years old, can read and are willing to be respondents. The sampling technique used is simple random sampling with a sample size of 108 respondents. Data analysis using Spearman rank correlation test.

Results: The results showed that spiritual coping had a significant effect on the lifestyle of hypertension sufferers with a p-value of 0.000.

Conclusion: The lifestyle of patients with hypertension can be improved by increasing the spiritual coping of the sufferer.

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How to Cite

Soleha, U., Nurjanah, S. ., & Erindia, F. . (2023). The correlation between spiritual coping with the lifestyle of hypertension patients in Ploso Kuning village. Bali Medical Journal, 12(2), 1897–1900. https://doi.org/10.15562/bmj.v12i2.4285

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