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Konsep Diri dalam Toleransi Stres Wanita Menopause Usia 40-59 Tahun di Sleman Yogyakarta Widiyaningsih, Dwi; Diana, Citra
JURNAL ILMIAH KESEHATAN MASYARAKAT : Media Komunikasi Komunitas Kesehatan Masyarakat Vol 12 No 4 (2020): JIKM Vol. 12, Edisi 4, November 2020
Publisher : Program Studi Kesehatan Masyarakat, Fakultas Ilmu Kesehatan, UPN Veteran Jakarta

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Abstrak Latar belakang: Menopause menyisakan keluhan psikologis diantaranya adalah penerimaan menopause yang kurang baik dan kurangnya kesiapan menghadapinya yang menyebabkan stress dan depresi. Stres pada wanita menopause dapat diatasi dengan konsep diri yang baik, 6 dari 10 perempuan menopause mengalami percaya diri yang kurang, tidak menghargai diri sendiri dan berpenampilan tidak sesuai dengan identitas diri. Semua komponen tersebut merupakan konsep diri yang rendah akibat beban stres yang mereka alami. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mendeskripsikan hubungan konsep diri dengan toleransi stress pada wanita menopause di Dusun Ngaglik Desa Caturharjo Sleman Yogyakarta. Metode: Desain penelitian ini merupakan survei analitik dan menggunakan pendekatan cross sectional yang diambil selama bulan Maret 2019. Sampel penelitian sebanyak 49 wanita menopause yang dipilih dengan kriteria dalam purposive sampling. Analisis data menggunakan uji chi square. Hasil: Sebagian besar responden memiliki konsep diri rendah (63,3%) dan memiliki toleransi stres kurang baik (67,3%). Hasil penelitian juga menunjukkan adanya korelasi yang bermakna terkait konsep diri dengan toleransi stres pada wanita menopause (nilai ρ = 0,0001). Kesimpulan: Sehingga dapat dikatakan bahwa toleransi stress wanita yang sudah menapause ada keterkaitan yang kuat dengan konsep diri. Self-Concept with Stress Tolerance in Menopause Age 40-59 Years Women in Sleman Yogyakarta Abstract Background: Menopause leaves psychological complaints, namely poor acceptance of menopause and lack of readiness to face it which causes stress and depression. Office of menopausal women can cope with a good self-concept, 6 out of 10 menopausal women experience lack of self-confidence, do not respect themselves and do not conform to self-identity. All of these components are low self-concept due to the stress they experience. This study aimed to describe the relationship between self-concept and stress tolerance in menopausal women in Ngaglik Hamlet, Caturharjo Village, Sleman Yogyakarta. Methods: The research was a analytical survey and use cross sectional approach during March 2019. Sample were 49 menopause women are part of purposive sampling criteria. Chi square was used to analyze the data. Results: Most of the respondents show that have a low low self-concept (63,3%) and bad stress tolerance (67,3%). There is a significant correlation between self concept and stress tolerance on menopause women (ρ-value = 0,0001). Conclusion: So it can be said that stress tolerance of women who have reached menopause has a strong relationship with self-concept in Ngaglik Residence, Caturharjo Village, Special Region of Yogyakarta.
Pengaruh Sosial Budaya Dan Geografis Terhadap Perilaku Merokok Pada Lansia Perempuan Di Wilayah Dataran Tinggi Dieng Wonosobo Widiyaningsih, Dwi; Suharyanta, Dwi
Jurnal Manajemen Kesehatan Yayasan RS.Dr. Soetomo Vol 6, No 2 (2020): JMK Yayasan RS.Dr.Soetomo, Oktober 2020
Publisher : STIKES Yayasan RS.Dr.Soetomo

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All forms of charm of the dieng region are able to attract the attention of both domestic people and abroad, with its unique socio-cultural and geographical location which is approximately 2000m above sea level with temperatures reaching 5 degrees Celsius at night and 10 degrees Celsius during the day. It turned out to be a very beautiful natural condition not accompanied by proper healthy behavior, 9 out of 10 households smoke to eliminate the cold, and 4 out of 6 elderly women smoke because of the culture of their ancestors who descended as a cultural heritage signifying that they are strong and respected women. culture like this is certainly very in contrast to the GERMAS (Healthy Community Movement) non-smoking program which was launched in 2016 as an increase in ARI cases from 2009 until 2104 and tends to be stagnant until 2017, as well as various disease events due to smoking such as pulmonary TB, cancer, etc. are also often found in the district Wonosobo. This study aims to look for socio-cultural and geographical influences on smoking behavior in the elderly female sex in the Dieng plateau region wonosobo district. The subjects of this study were elderly women people over 60 who smoke. with a population of 113 elderly, technical. The sample used is total sampling. This type of research is quantitative with cross sectional design as for the analysis of the data used is bivariate analysis (kendall’s tau) where the results are obtained there is a significant influence between social culture on smoking behavior in elderly women (0.001 <0.010), and there is an influence geographic significance of smoking behavior among elderly women (0,000 <0.010). With a significance level of 0,000 (ρ <0.05) so it can be concluded socially culture and geography are related to the smoking behavior of women in the highlands dieng.
Peran Tenaga Kesehatan Dan Dukungan Keluarga Terhadap Pengendalian Perilaku Merokok Pada Lansia Perempuan Di Dataran Tinggi Dieng Widiyaningsih, Dwi; Setyowati, Rustiana
Jurnal Manajemen Kesehatan Yayasan RS.Dr. Soetomo Vol 7, No 1 (2021): JMK Yayasan RS.Dr.Soetomo, April 2021
Publisher : STIKES Yayasan RS.Dr.Soetomo

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Smoking is the cause of nearly 90% of lung cancers, 75% of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and it is also the cause of 25% of heart attacks (Tobacco Atlas). Our nation has not lost its mind in controlling smoking behavior, various efforts have been made ranging from making laws, regulations and policies to even taking a comprehensive approach to the family as a long-handed health program besides being carried out by health workers in their efforts to control smoking behavior, as happened in Dieng plateau where 41% of active smokers are the elderly and what is even more astonishing 29.5% are elderly women who occupy important and respected roles in society because of their high social status and ancestral culture, not to mention the position of women as mothers in the household also becomes the key in creating the next healthy generation so that the family approach is the right strategy in implementing health programs. This study is to identify the effect of the role of health workers and family support on the control of female elderly smokers in the Dieng highlands. This type of quantitative research with cross sectional approach. The study population was 125 elderly who were all sampled (total sampling technique). Data analysis used the test (Kendall tau) and multiple linear regression, with the value of the Kendall Tau test, namely (0.001 <0.005) and (0.000 <0.005) which means that there is a significant influence significant, while the results of the F test count 38.849> F table 3.07 with a significance level of 0.000 (ρ <0.005). So it can be concluded that the better the role of health workers and family support, the better the smoking behavior control. The suggestion for future researchers is to measure the level of nicotine dependence in smokers to determine the appropriate counseling therapy.