THE INFLUENCE OF HYPNOTIC RELAXATION ON STRESS AMONG BSc. NURSING STUDENTS

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THE INFLUENCE OF HYPNOTIC RELAXATION ON STRESS AMONG BSc. NURSING STUDENTS

Description

The study aims to understand the influence of hypnotic relaxation on stress among BSc. Nursing Students. It tries to find out whether hypnotic suggestions can be useful in dealing with stressful events in their hospital and study level experiences. Convenience sampling technique was employed. The GHQ -12 was administered as a screening tool to the 1st and 2nd year nursing students from NIMHANS. 60 BSc. nursing students were selected after GHQ screening. These 60 participants responded as having high perceived stress and divided into two groups. The experimental group had 30 participants and control group had 30 participants. Post assessment indicated that the experimental group who were provided with regular hypnotic relaxation had significantly reduced their perceived stress. Key Words: Hypnotic Relaxation, Stress, BSc. Nursing Students.

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V. VERGHESE SALY

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Psychology

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Citation

V. VERGHESE SALY, “THE INFLUENCE OF HYPNOTIC RELAXATION ON STRESS AMONG BSc. NURSING STUDENTS,” CHRIST (Deemed To Be University) Institutional Repository, accessed February 29, 2024, http://archives.christuniversity.in/items/show/1135.

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