EMAIL: PASSWORD:
Front Office
UPT. PERPUSTAKAAN
Universitas Esa Unggul


Kampus Emas UEU - Jakarta Barat

Phone : 021-5674223, ext 282
Fax :
E-mail : library@esaunggul.ac.id
Website : http://library.esaunggul.ac.id

Support (Customer Service) :
perpus@esaunggul.ac.id








Welcome..guys!

Have a problem with your access?
Please, contact our technical support below:
LIVE SUPPORT


Astrid Chrisafi




! ATTENTION !

To facilitate the activation process, please fill out the member application form correctly and completely
Registration activation of our members will process up to max 24 hours (confirm by email). Please wait patiently

Still Confuse?
Please read our User Guide

Keyword
Mode
Expanded Search (for Free text search only)
 

UEU » Journal » Profesi Dietisien
Posted by at 26/04/2022 13:45:47  •  61 Views


IMPACT OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC ON CHANGES IN WEIGHT, CONSUMPTION AND LIFESTYLE IN INDONESIAN STUDENTS

Created by :
Laras Sitoayu ( 0320128406 )
Sarah Mardiyah, Vitria Melani, Lintang Purwara Dewanti3, Putri Ronitawati, Sry Rizki Amelia, Rahmatia Risda



SubjectKESEHATAN
MAHASISWA
PANDEMI
Alt. Subject HEALTH
COLLEGE STUDENT
PANDEMIC
KeywordIndonesian Students
Impact Pandemic
lifestyle
weight

Description:

The Covid-19 pandemic that has hit various parts of the world, includ-ing Indonesia, has had an impact on society. One of the layers of soci-ety that has experienced this impact is students. With the large-scale social restrictions, Indonesian students do a lot of activities at home. Many students become concerned with themselves, but there are also students who feel bored because of low social interaction which in turn causes high food consumption and sedentary behaviour at home. The objective of this study to determine changes in body weight, food consumption and lifestyle in Indonesian students. The design of this study was cross sectional, with descriptive analysis conducted on 1185 students in Indonesia. The results of the study stated that the pandemic had an impact on Indonesian students. During the pan-demic as many as 67.1% of students experienced changes in the size of their BB. Most of the students experienced moderate stress (77.1%), and bad sedentary behaviour by 63.4%. However, diet and exercise habits have changed for the better as much as 52.6% and 63.7%, respectively. Indonesian students need to pay more attention to changes in body weight and lifestyle during the pandemic so as not to have a negative impact on health and nutritional status.

Date Create:26/04/2022
Type:Text
Format:pdf
Language:English
Identifier:UEU-Journal-11_2651
Collection ID:11_2651


Source :
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY: APPLIED BUSINESS AND EDUCATION RESEARCH 2021, Vol. 2, No. 12, 1379 1383

Relation Collection:
Fakultas Ilmu-ilmu Kesehatan

Coverage :
Civitas Akademika Universitas Esa Unggul

Rights :
@2022 Perpustakaan Universitas Esa Unggul


Publication URL :
https://digilib.esaunggul.ac.id/impact-of-the-covid19-pandemic-on-changes-in-weight-consumption-and-lifestyle-in-indonesian-students-24970.html




[ Free Download - Free for All ]

  1.  UEU-Journal-24970-11_2651.pdf - 371 KB

[ FullText Content - Please, register first ]

...No Files...


[ Link of Contents]
  1. IMPACT OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC ON CHANGES IN WEIGHT, CONSUMPTION AND LIFESTYLE IN INDONESIAN STUDENTS
    https://ijmaberjournal.org/index.php/ijmaber/article/view/219

 10 Similar Document...

     No similar subject found !

 10 Related Document...






HELP US !
You can help us to define the exact keyword for this document by clicking the link below :

Impact , Impact Pandemic , Indonesian , Indonesian Students , Pandemic , Students , lifestyle , weight



POLLING

Bagaimana pendapat Anda tentang repository kami ?

Bagus Sekali
Baik
Biasa
Jelek
Mengecewakan




49770843


Visitors Today : 1
Total Visitor : 1963136

Hits Today : 22718
Total Hits : 49770843

Visitors Online: 1


Calculated since
16 May 2012

You are connected from 172.17.121.29
using CCBot/2.0 (https://commoncrawl.org/faq/)


UEU Digital Repository Feeds


Copyright © UEU Library 2012 - 2022 - All rights reserved.
Dublin Core Metadata Initiative and OpenArchives Compatible
Developed by Hassan