PENGARUH PENYULUHAN KESEHATAN TENTANG PENGOBATAN NON FARMAKOLOGI TERHADAP PERILAKU PENDERITA HIPERTENSI DALAM MELAKSANAKAN PENGOBATAN NON FARMAKOLOGI DI PUSKESMAS SAMPUNG KABUPATEN PONOROGO

Mohamad Budi Setiawan,Prima Dewi Kusumawati

ABSTRACT

Hypertension in general can not be cured, and relies on medication for life. That is why, hypertension is controlled with medication and lifestyle and healthy eating. To handle the hypertension without using drugs, including a diet low in salt, low in cholesterol and saturated fat, controlling emotional stress, stop smoking, stop drinking alcohol, and do light physical exercise. This study aims to determine the influence of health education on non-pharmacological treatment of hypertension behavior in carrying out non-pharmacological treatment. The research design used pre-experimental one group pre-post test design. The population is 33 people and the sample is 25 people. The sampling technique used Purposive Sampling. Statistical analysis used Wilcoxon Pairs test with SPSS 16.
From 25 respondents, there were 17 respondents (68%) showed misbehave before this research was applied in implementing non-pharmacological treatment. After applying the research, there were 21 respondents (84%) behaved quite well in implementing non-pharmacological treatment. The results of the analysis of Wilcoxon p value = 0.000. If p value is smaller than the score of  (0.05) means that H0 is rejected, so it can be concluded that there is an effect of health education on nonpharmacological treatment of hypertension on the behavior of people with hypertension in implementing non-pharmacological treatment of hypertension in the Public Health Center Sampung Ponorogo. The good process in delivering health education activities, the proper method supported by the sufficient educational background of respondents, and the desire to recover from illness were all things which raisedawareness or willingness to change bad behaviors before in carrying out non-pharmacological treatment of hypertension to be good or be good enough.

Keywords: hypertension, non-pharmacological, behavior, counseling