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A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY TO ASSESS THE MENTAL HEALTH AMONG ADOLESCENTS IN MOODUBIDIRE

Nayana B.*, Sheetal Dinesh Lende and Raviprasad Hegde

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Background: Psychological factors are posing a serious challenge to the human civilization in the recent years especially during this COVID 19 impacted pandemic period. The relevance of dealing with the mental wellbeing along with the physical entities is increasing in the contemporary science, which was already been addressed in the ayurvedic literatures. Adolescence is a crucial period for developing social and emotional habits that are important for mental wellbeing, which includes developing coping, problem solving, interpersonal skills and learning to manage emotions. Mental health promotion and prevention interventions aim to strengthen an individual’s capacity to regulate emotions, finding ways to deal with risk taking behaviors, build resilience for managing adversities and promoting supportive social environments. Methods: 400 subjects from adolescent age group fulfilling the inclusion criteria were selected from schools and colleges of Moodubidire by simple random sampling. A set of structured, validated and standardized questionnaires generated to assess their mental health and wellbeing was given and their responses regarding the study were taken. Result: Study revealed that, out of 400 subjects 1.2% belonged to Pravara Satva, 9.7% belonged to Madhyama Satva and 89% belonged to Avara Satva. It was observed that there was a relation between satva of an individual to that of wellbeing, where quality of life that they were leading was in accordance to their Satva. The study also determined various factors that influenced the mental health in an adolescent.

Keywords: Satvabala; Mental health; Manas; Shareera; Adolescents; Well being.


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