THE DESCRIPTIONS OF SALT CONSUMPTION AMONG FARMERS WITH HYPERTENSION IN PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES OF PANTI DISTRICT, JEMBER REGENCY
Gambaran Konsumsi Garam pada Petani Hipertensi
Farmers with hypertension need to restricting their sodium intake to have a better condition. The purpose of this study was describe the restricting sodium intake among farmers with hypertension in Panti District, Jember Regency. A cross-Sectional study design was conducted among 131 hypertensive farmers using consecutive sampling. A self-administered questionnaire was used to identify the socio-demography of farmers. Dietary Sodium Restriction Questionnaire (DSRQ-I) and Sphygmomanometer was used to measured restricting sodium intake and blood pressure among farmers with hypertension, respectively. One sample t test was used to analyze the objective of the study (p >0,05). Among 131 farmers with hypertension were experienced 75,6% of hypertension systolic stage I and 74,8% of hypertension diastolic stage I, respectively. Meanwhile, score of subjective attitudes and norms was 27,29 ± 4,602 among farmers with hypertension. Meanwhile, farmers with hypertension have a bad attitude toward limiting sodium intake. Furthermore, score of control of perceived behavior was 17,12 ± 4,237 among farmers with hypertension. Meanwhile, farmers with hypertension have many obstacles to limiting their sodium intake. Therefore, monitoring of blood pressure and regulating of restricting sodium intake among farmers with hypertension should be maintained regularly per month through Posyandu Non-Communicable Disease (PTM).
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