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By Dr. Dra. Nurhaedar Apt. M.Kes Jafar

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Introduction: This study explored the relationship of lifestyle (diet, smoking, alcohol, activities) and mental emotional with metabolic syndrome at high and low economic status.\ud Methods:This research design is cross sectional studies that use health research data base (Riskesdas) nationwide in 2007. Sample of 18 830 respondents from biomedical groups throughout Indonesia. Metabolic syndrome criteria according to the IDF in 2005. Otherwise metabolic syndrome is central obesity (abdominal circumference), systolic blood pressure / diastolic pressure ??? 130/85 mmHg and blood glucose levels two hours PP 140 mg / dL. Hypothesis testing were analyzed using bivariate logistic regression and multivariate. ( ??= 0.05).\ud Results the prevalence of Mets in men by 1.1% in Q1, while Q5 prevalence is nearly five times higher (5.0%) compared to Q1. Mets prevalence in women in q5 higher (8.6%) compared to Q1 (5.6%). In Q1, there is not variables significantly associated risk factors (p> 0.05) with the metabolic syndrome. At Q5, frequency of smoking every day in males significantly associated (p <0.05), but the protective effect OR = 0.377 (0.230 to 0.619) of the metabolic syndrome. Less physical activity provides the highest risk of metabolic syndrome in Q1, although the p-value> 0.05, the greater the risk of 1.348. At Q5, of the three variables that enter the model risk factors, only the variable consumption seasonings (often) associated significantly (p <0.05) with the metabolic syndrome.\ud Conclusion: The high economic status of women with a low educational level and does not work at risk of metabolic syndrome is higher. In the low economic status and lack of physical activity often consume sweet foods on the incidence of metabolic syndrome risk. While in high economic status, often consume seasoning is not a major risk factor for the occurrence of metabolic syndrome

Topics: Economic status, Metabolic Syndrome, life Style
Year: 2015
OAI identifier: oai:repository.unhas.ac.id:123456789/12527
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