Paper Information

Journal:   IRANIAN JOURNAL OF NURSING RESEARCH   WINTER 2013 , Volume 7 , Number 27; Page(s) 1 To 9.
 
Paper: 

PREDICTION STRATEGIES TO COPING WITH STRESS IN THE PREGNANCY WOMEN WITH FIRST EXPERIENCE ON THE BASED FACTORS HARDINESS AND SOCIAL SUPPORT

 
Author(s):  BAYRAMI M.*, ZAHMATYAR H., BAHADORI KHOSROSHAHI J.
 
* TABRIZ UNIVERSITY, TABRIZ, IRAN
 
Abstract: 

Introduction: Stress is an integral part of life. Pregnant women during pregnancy may also experience stress in the components of hardiness and social support have an important role in reducing stress in these women. The Aim of this study was to prediction strategies to coping with stress in the pregnancy women with first experience on the based factors hardiness and social support.
Methods: This research study was a descriptive cross-sectional. The statistical populations consisted of pregnancy women with first experience of Marand city in 2011, in which number of 97 women who had their first experience of pregnancy, birth control health centers were selected by simple available sampling. To collect data we used Questionnaire of Coping Ability Moos belling, Hardiness Suzan and Dog Social Support. For data analysis Pearson correlation coefficient and enter regression by SPSS v.16 were used.
Results: The result revealed that there are positive related between variables hardiness and social support with the coping ability by stress in the pregnancy women with first experience (P<0.05). Also, hardiness and social support can predict change coping ability by stress with prognosticated women.
Conclusion: Since pregnant women stress higher in the first experience and as physiological, mental and social changes induced at postpartum period, and hence increase hardiness and social support is necessary and improve the health of mothers and the quality of life in all stages of life.

 
Keyword(s): STRATEGIES TO COPING WITH STRESS, PREGNANCY WOMEN, HARDINESS, SOCIAL SUPPORT
 
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