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GUȚU, Valeria. Evaluation of lifestyle and risk behavior in medical workers. In: Revista de Ştiinţe ale Sănătăţii din Moldova, 2022, nr. 3 An.1(29), p. 107. ISSN 2345-1467.
|Revista de Ştiinţe ale Sănătăţii din Moldova|
|Numărul 3 An.1(29) / 2022 / ISSN 2345-1467|
Background. Adopting a healthy lifestyle and reducing or excluding risky behaviors are decisions taken individually. Risky behaviors not only affect physical health, but also cognitive performance, emotions, and overall quality of life. Objective of the study. Assessing the lifestyle and risky behaviors of health care workers. Material and Methods. A descriptive study was conducted between January and May 2022. The study involved 62 medical workers from medical health care institutions in the country. Respondents’ online questioning was used. The instrument included 27 questions, which were subsequently subjected to statistical processing. Results. 70% of women and 30% of men participated in the study. Most of the respondents were included in the age group 20-30 years - 68%, being followed by those in the age category 30-40 years - 25%. In 55% of cases, respondents work more than 10 hours a day, and 30% do not have recreation breaks, 40% of people sleep less than 5 hours, and insomnia has been reported in 25% of cases. To get rid of stress, respondents take walks in the open air (70%), go to the gym (35%), drink alcohol (35%), take a sedative (15%), and smoke (10%). The lack of a healthy and balanced diet was attested in 75% of cases. Physical activity was practiced by only 50% of respondents. Conclusions. The study found that medical staff do not fully adopt a healthy lifestyle. The presence of risky behaviors is tried to be explained by the specifics of the activity and the stressful work schedule.
lifestyle, risky behavior, medical workers,
stil de viaţă, comportament cu risc, lucrători medicali