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Self-report on the occurrence of insomnia and the habit of taking multivitamins against academic stress among students in the early period of COVID-19 pandemic Prasetyaningtyas, Wahyu Eka; Nasri, Wa Ode Lili Andriani; Amalianita, Berru
Konselor Vol 9, No 2 (2020): KONSELOR
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Padang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24036/0202092110553-0-00

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This study intends to determine the occurrence of insomnia and the habit of taking multivitamins against learning stress among students during the early stages of the Covid-19 pandemic. Data were obtained in two times from 308 students in East Jakarta, Indonesia, applying a descriptive quantitative approach through the Rasch Model and inferential statistics via the Bayesian Anova. The result showed that the use of multivitamins and the existence of insomnia have been proved to be linked to the incident of stress among students during the early periods of the pandemic. Although the use of multivitamins is helpful to minimize stress, students consuming this commodity are likely to experience by stress up to 40 times higher than those that experience in insomnia. This condition becomes higher assuming the students, in addition to having insomnia, are also not accustomed to receiving multivitamins. The implications of this study, including considerations for better investigation of this issue, have been discussed and concluded.
Stress and anxiety among adolescents, during the covid-19 outbreak Ifdil, Ifdil; Putri, Yola Eka; Amalianita, Berru
Konselor Vol 10, No 1 (2021): KONSELOR
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24036/0202094111941-0-00

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Covid-19 affects every aspect of human life, especially psychological aspects. Furthermore, adolescents experience difficulties because of the pandemic and therefore require extra change due to the occurring situation. In this situation, adolescents felt stress from having to adjust to the unpredictable situation, as well as anxiety, from facing an uncertain situation. Meanwhile, from the previous year, the news has been updated daily, concerning the number of deaths and positive cases. Teens are able to access news through the internet by listening, watching or imagining the current situation. This study used Indonesian adolescent as the research subjects and was conducted online through survey Monkey platform. A total of 98 participants aged above 17 years were obtained from several provinces and region in Indonesia. In addition, the study used DASS as the instrument of research DASS, while the data was analyzed using JASP. According to the results, the stress and anxiety of adolescents during the covid-19 outbreak are in the heavy and very heavy categories, respectively, indicating tremendous pressure is experienced due to the Covid-19 pandemic.