A True Experimental Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Mindfulness Meditation Technique on Stress Reduction among ANC Mothers in Selected Hospitals
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Research Paper | Nursing | India | Volume 8 Issue 2, February 2019

A True Experimental Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Mindfulness Meditation Technique on Stress Reduction among ANC Mothers in Selected Hospitals

Sanket Shankpal

A TRUE EXPERIMENTAL STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MINDFULNESS MEDITATION TECHNIQUE ON STRESS REDUCTION AMONG ANC MOTHERS IN SELECTED HOSPITALS Sanket Shankpal Department of Mental Health Nursing, Godavari College Of Nursing, Jalgaon Kh. Sanket26891@gmail.com Aim of the study: The study aims to find the effectiveness of mindfulness meditation technique on stress reduction among ANC mothers in selected hospitals. Objectives of study 1.To assess the pretest level of stress among ANC mothers in selected hospital.2.To determine the effectiveness of mindfulness meditation technique by compering pretest and posttest level of stress among the experimental group.3.To determine the effectiveness of mindfulness meditation technique by comparing the posttest level of stress among excremental and control group.4.To find out the association between pretest level of stress and selected demographic variable. Method: True experimental research design and A quantitative research approach was carried out on 60 ANC mothers selected by simple random sampling technique to test effectiveness of mindfulness meditation technique. The data was collected by using structured questionnaire consists of 10 items. Results: The presents study evaluates and found that in experimental group,. In pretest 7 (23.33 %) of having low Stress, 7 (23.33 %) of having Moderate stress, 16 ( 53.33 %) of having High perceived stress. In Post-test 19 (63.33 %) of having low Stress, 10 (33.33 %) of having Moderate stress, 1 (3.33 %) of having High perceived stress. in control group. In pretest 5 (16.67 %) of having low Stress, 12 (40.00 %) of having Moderate stress, 13 ( 43.33 %) of having High perceived stress. In Post-test 4 (13.33 %) of having low Stress, 13 (43.33 %) of having Moderate stress, 13 (43.33 %) of having High perceived stress. Interpretation and conclusion: Analysis data shows that highly significance difference found between the pre -test and post- test knowledge scores at the level of (P

Keywords: MINDFULNESS MEDITATION TECHNIQUE, STRESS, ANC MOTHER

Edition: Volume 8 Issue 2, February 2019

Pages: 168 - 173

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Sanket Shankpal, "A True Experimental Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Mindfulness Meditation Technique on Stress Reduction among ANC Mothers in Selected Hospitals", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=ART20194932, Volume 8 Issue 2, February 2019, 168 - 173

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