Coping with stress and quality of life in woman with stress urinary incontience

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Czasopismo: Menopause Review (ISSN: 1643-8876)
Współautorzy: Jolanta Adamczuk, Katarzyna Szymona-Pałkowska, Jacek Marcin Robak, Katarzyna Rykowska-Górnik, Janusz Jacek Kraczkowski
Rok wydania: 2015
Tom: 14
Numer czasopisma: 3
Strony od-do: 178-183
Streszczenie: Urinary incontinence (UI) involves uncontrolled leakage of urine through the urethra as a result of damage to its sphincter muscle and a disturbed function of the urogenital diaphragm within the pelvis minor. The symptoms of UI radically impair psychological, somatic, and social functioning. The aim ot each disease stress coping process is to reduce the impact of harmful agents as well the acquisition of necessary preventive measures in order to combat the disorder. Aim of the study was to assess the relationship between coping styles used when dealind with stress associated with disease and the qualiy of life. Material and methods: The study was carried aut at an outpatients' clinic located in the Lublin Province, cowering 150 woman with diagnosed stress urinary incontinence, aged between 32 and 79. The following methods were used: Coping Inventory for Stresful Situations '; cASP-19 to measure the overal quality of life and Urinary Incontinience Life Quality Scale. Results: The prefered style in the studied group of woman was Task-Oriented Coping. This style is associated with a low score on the Independence from Symploms scale and low Control, being simultaneously correlated with Autonomy and Self-Realisation. Emotional-Oriented Coping is associated with low psychological, hysical and social well-being, as well as with little independence from the disease symptoms, little pleasure and self-realisation, but it gives a sense of internal control. Avoidance-Oriented Coping does not significantly correlate with any of the Overal Quality of Life dimensions. Conclusions: Woman suffering from UI tend to try to solve their problem by means of cognitive transformation, in their situation, clinging to the problem turns out to be a depressing factor and entalls a lower quality of their life.
Dostęp WWW: https://www.termedia.pl/Coping-with-stress-and-quality-of-life-in-women-with-stress-urinary-incontinence,4,25802,0,1.html
DOI: 10.5114/pm.2015.54342



Cytowanie w formacie Bibtex:
@article{1,
author = "Stanisława Steuden and Jolanta Adamczuk and Katarzyna Szymona-Pałkowska and Jacek Marcin Robak and Katarzyna Rykowska-Górnik and Janusz Jacek Kraczkowski",
title = "Coping with stress and quality of life in woman with stress urinary incontience",
journal = "Menopause Review",
year = "2015",
number = "3",
pages = "178-183"
}

Cytowanie w formacie APA:
Steuden, S. and Jolanta Adamczuk and Katarzyna Szymona-Pałkowska and Jacek Marcin Robak and Katarzyna Rykowska-Górnik and Janusz Jacek Kraczkowski(2015). Coping with stress and quality of life in woman with stress urinary incontience. Menopause Review, 3, 178-183.