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RMJ. 2021; 46(4): 813-815


Relationship between perceived stress and psychological wellbeing among irritable bowel syndrome

Noshaba Razaq, Mujadad Ahmed Khan, Zainab Batool, Fizza Anwar, Zaighum Munir, Muhammad Hassan Anwaar.

Abstract
Objective: To explore the relationship of perceived stress and psychological wellbeing and the gender differences among irritable bowel syndrome adolescents.
Methodology: This cross-sectional correlational study was conducted in different hospital of Lahore, Pakistan and included 80 male and female adolescents with irritable bowel syndrome. The age range was 15-25 years and were selected using non-random convenient sampling method. Perceived stress scale and Ryff psychological well-being scale and Rosenberg self-esteem scale were used for data collection.
Results: The perceived work stress was significantly negatively correlated with psychological well-being (ϒ =-0.823**, N= 80, p≤0.000). There were significant differences in the score of male and female on psychological wellbeing scale (Male mean score =35.3 SD =5.21 Female mean score =22.7, SD =2.75). Age, gender, socio-economic status, living environment and self-esteem were predictors of psychological wellbeing.
Conclusion: There was a significant negative relationship between perceived work stress and psychological wellbeing among irritable bowel syndrome. There were

Key words: Perceived work stress, psychological well-being, irritable bowel syndrome, adolescents, distress, depression.


 
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Razaq N, Khan MA, Batool Z, Anwar F, Munir Z, Anwaar MH. Relationship between perceived stress and psychological wellbeing among irritable bowel syndrome. RMJ. 2021; 46(4): 813-815.


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Razaq N, Khan MA, Batool Z, Anwar F, Munir Z, Anwaar MH. Relationship between perceived stress and psychological wellbeing among irritable bowel syndrome. http://www.rmj.org.pk/?mno=137455 [Access: October 14, 2021].


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Razaq N, Khan MA, Batool Z, Anwar F, Munir Z, Anwaar MH. Relationship between perceived stress and psychological wellbeing among irritable bowel syndrome. RMJ. 2021; 46(4): 813-815.



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Razaq N, Khan MA, Batool Z, Anwar F, Munir Z, Anwaar MH. Relationship between perceived stress and psychological wellbeing among irritable bowel syndrome. RMJ. (2021), [cited October 14, 2021]; 46(4): 813-815.



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Razaq, N., Khan, . M. A., Batool, . Z., Anwar, . F., Munir, . Z. & Anwaar, . M. H. (2021) Relationship between perceived stress and psychological wellbeing among irritable bowel syndrome. RMJ, 46 (4), 813-815.



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Razaq, Noshaba, Mujadad Ahmed Khan, Zainab Batool, Fizza Anwar, Zaighum Munir, and Muhammad Hassan Anwaar. 2021. Relationship between perceived stress and psychological wellbeing among irritable bowel syndrome. Rawal Medical Journal, 46 (4), 813-815.



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Razaq, Noshaba, Mujadad Ahmed Khan, Zainab Batool, Fizza Anwar, Zaighum Munir, and Muhammad Hassan Anwaar. "Relationship between perceived stress and psychological wellbeing among irritable bowel syndrome." Rawal Medical Journal 46 (2021), 813-815.



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Razaq, Noshaba, Mujadad Ahmed Khan, Zainab Batool, Fizza Anwar, Zaighum Munir, and Muhammad Hassan Anwaar. "Relationship between perceived stress and psychological wellbeing among irritable bowel syndrome." Rawal Medical Journal 46.4 (2021), 813-815. Print.



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Razaq, N., Khan, . M. A., Batool, . Z., Anwar, . F., Munir, . Z. & Anwaar, . M. H. (2021) Relationship between perceived stress and psychological wellbeing among irritable bowel syndrome. Rawal Medical Journal, 46 (4), 813-815.








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