PERBEDAAN TINGKAT STRES, KETERATURAN MAKAN DAN KEJADIAN SINDROM DISPEPSIA PADA SISWA ASRAMA DAN NON ASRAMA DI SMK KESEHATAN SAMARINDA
Dyspepsia syndrome is a group of symptoms that includes epigastric pain or discomfort, nausea, vomiting, bloating, early satiety, fullness stomach, and belching. These symptoms are common complaints in daily practice including adolescents. Dyspepsia syndrome has several risk factors including stress and eating patterns. This research aimed to identify the differences in stress levels, regularity of eating and the incidence of dyspepsia syndrome in dormitory and non-dormitory students at Health Vocational School Samarinda. This research was an analytic observational study with a cross-sectional design. The research subjects were 84 students consisting of 42 dormitory students and 42 non-dormitory students. Mann Whitney test and Chi-Square test were used to analyze the result of the research. The results showed that most students i.e 14 (33,3%) experienced stress in dormitory, 7 students (16.6%) with mild stress categories, 5 students (11.9%) moderate stress and 2 students (4.8%) severe stress. Most students had regularly eating patterns in non-dormitory i.e 22 students (52.4%) while the majority of dormitory students had irregular eating patterns i.e 33 students (78.6%). Dormitory students experienced the most dyspepsia syndrome i.e 30 students (71.4%). Comparative test results showed the value of p= 0.034 at the stress level, the value of p= 0.003 at regularity of eating, and p= 0,000 in the incidence of dyspepsia syndrome. It can be concluded that there were differences in stress levels, regularity of eating and the incidence of dyspepsia syndrome in dormitory students and non-dormitory students at Health Vocational School Samarinda.