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ABSTRACT

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SLEEP QUALITY TO AN INCREASED


RISK OF BLOOD PRESSURE IN TEENAGE YEARS AGED 15 - 17
AT SMK 2 SAMARINDA 2014

Akhmad Maulidi Sofyan1), Sholichin2), Adhies Satya Putra3)

Background: Increased blood pressure (hypertension) is an increase in heart rate,


increased resistance of the blood vessels and increased volume of blood flow. It is
estimated that approximately 972 million people or 26.4% have hypertension
inhabitant with a ratio of 26.6% men and 26.1% women. The spread of hypertension
in Samarinda each year has increased significantly, one of the factors in order to
prevent hypertension which has a great impact is sleep quality.
Purpose: To determine the relationship between sleep quality to an increased risk of
blood pressure in teenage years aged 15 - 17 at SMK 2 Samarinda.
Method: The type of this research is a descriptive correlation study, using a crosssectional study design. The study used sampling techniques with a sample of 93 total
sampling.
Results: The results showed that there was a significant relationship between
between sleep quality to an increased risk of blood pressure in teenage years aged 15
- 17. From the results obtained by Chi Square test showed p value = 0.003 thus the p
value is smaller than alpha 0.05 which makes Ho rejected, it can be concluded that

there is a significant relationship between sleep quality to an increased risk of blood


pressure in teenage years aged 15 17.
Conclusion: Based on this research can be concluded that there is a relationship
between sleep quality to an increased risk of blood pressure in teenage years aged 15
17 at SMK 2 Samarinda, year of 2014.
Keywords: Sleep Quality, Increased Blood Pressure, Teenage Years