Pengaruh Spiritual Emotional Freedom Technique (Seft) Terhadap Penurunan Dismenore Primer Pada Remaja Putri

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Title Pengaruh Spiritual Emotional Freedom Technique (Seft) Terhadap Penurunan Dismenore Primer Pada Remaja Putri
 
Creator Puspita, Erlin
 
Description Primary dysmenorrhea is a certain type of pain that experienced by teenage girls during menstruation. Primary dysmenorrhea is caused by the imbalance of psychological and progesterone hormone in the blood and prostaglandins. Dysmenorrhea is common in most women. From the data obtained, dysmenorrhea interferes 50% of reproductive women and 60-85% in teenagers that resulting in a large number of absence in school. SEFT (Spiritual Emotional Freedom Technique) is one of the non-pharmacological techniques to reduce primary dysmenorrhea in teenage girls
The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of SEFT on reduction of primary dysmenorrhea in teenage girls. The study was conducted from June to November 2017, using quasi experiments in one group (one group pre test-post test design) at SMPIT Putradarma. Sampling was taken by total sampling 97 people. The research analysis used dependent t test (Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test). The result showed that the average age of teenagers who experienced primary dysmenorrhea was 12 years 26 months. The results showed the decreasing in the intensity of primary dysmenorrhea pain before and after SEFT intervention and there was an effect of intervention SEFT in the decreasing of primary dysmenorrhea pain. Thus SEFT technique can be considered as one of the non-pharmacologic therapies in the reduction of pain.
Dismenore primer merupakan nyeri yang dialami remaja putru saat menstruasi. Dismenore primer disebabkan ketidakseimbangan hormone progesterone dalam darah, prostaglandin dan psikologi. Dismenore sering dialami oleh sebagian besar wanita. Dari data yang didapat, dismenore mengganggu 50% wanita masa reproduksi dan 60-85% pada usia remaja yang mengakibatkan banyaknya ketidakhadiran di sekolah. SEFT (Spiritual Emotional Freedom Technique) merupakan salah satu teknik non farmakologi untuk mengurangi dismenore primer pada remaja putri
Tujuan penelitian ini untuk mengetahui pengaruh SEFT terhadap pengurangan dismenore primer pada remaja putri. Penelitian dilaksanakan pada bulan Juni sampai dengan November 2017, menggunakan quasi eksperimen dalam satu kelompok (one group pre test-post test design) di SMPIT Putradarma. Pengambilan sampling dilakukan dengan total sampling berjumlah 97 orang. Analisis penelitian menggunakan dependen t test (Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test). Hasil penelitian diperoleh rata-rata umur remaja yang menngalami dismenore primer 12 tahun 26 bulan. Hasil analisis menunjukkan adanya penurunan intensitas nyeri dismenore primer sebelum dan sesudah pemberian intervensi SEFT dan terdapat pengaruh intervensi SEFT terhadap penurunan nyeri dismenore primer. Dengan demikian teknik SEFT dapat dijadikan salah satu terapy non farmakologik dalam pengurangan rasa nyeri.
 
Publisher Politeknik Kesehatan Kemenkes RI Jakarta I
 
Date 2018-05-01
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://www.poltekkesjakarta1.ac.id/ojs/index.php/adm/article/view/25
10.36082/qjk.v12i1.25
 
Source Quality : Jurnal Kesehatan; Vol 12 No 1 (2018): Quality : Jurnal Kesehatan; 14-19
Quality: Jurnal Kesehatan; Vol 12 No 1 (2018): Quality Jurnal Kesehatan; 14-19
2655-2434
1978-4325
 
Language ind
 
Relation https://www.poltekkesjakarta1.ac.id/ojs/index.php/adm/article/view/25/5
 
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