Hubungan Konsumsi Fast Food, Stress Dan Aktivitas Fisik Dengan Kejadian Dismenorea Pada Remaja Putri
The Relationship between Fast Food Consumption, Stress, and Physical Activity with the Incidence of Dysmenorrhea in Young Women
Keywords:dysmenorrhea, consumption of fast food, stress, physical activity
Introduction: Dysmenorrhea is a menstrual disorder in the form of abdominal pain that occurs during menstruation due to uterine muscle contractions. Consumption of fast food, stress and physical activity are risk factors for dysmenorrhea. This study aimed to determine the relationship between fast food consumption, stress, and physical activity with the incidence of dysmenorrhea in adolescents.
Methods: Respondents of this study were young women at Senior High School in Bekasi totaling 76 people with a sampling technique using a simple random sampling technique. This research uses descriptive analytics with a cross-sectional approach, with data analysis using a chi-square test.
Results: The results of this study indicated that there is a significant relationship between fast food consumption and dysmenorrhea, the p-value is 0,014; and the Odds Ratio (OR) = 4,090 (1,430-11,697); stress and dysmenorrhea, the p-value is 0.024 and the Odds Ratio (OR) = 0,024. 4,032 (1,305-12,458); physical activity with dysmenorrhea obtained a p-value of 0,034 and Odds Ratio (OR) = 3,355 (1,203-9,355).
Discussion: The conclusion of this study was that there was a relationship between the consumption of fast food, stress, and physical activity with the incidence of dysmenorrhea in adolescent girls at Senior High School in Bekasi.