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Comparison of resilience, happiness and lifestyle in healthy individuals and coronary patients admitted to Al-Ghadir Hospital in NAJA
H Rostami1 , M Fatehi2, A Fathi 3, A Moradi2
1- Institute of Law Enforcement Sciences and Social Studies, NAJA, Tehran, Iran
2- Departments of Medicine, Al-Ghadir Naja Hospital, Tehran, Iran
3- Institute of Law Enforcement Sciences and Social Studies, NAJA, Tehran, Iran , a.fathi64@gmail.com
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Background & aim: Covid-19 is a new virus that the human immune system is not immune to. In addition to physical problems, the virus also has negative psychological consequences. The aim of the present study was to compare resilience, happiness and lifestyle in patients with covid-19 and healthy individuals.
 
Methods: This descriptive-analytical case study was conducted in 2020. The statistical population of the study was all patients with coronavirus hospitalized and healthy patients in Al-Ghadir Hospital in Tabriz in April 2020. Thirty patients with Covid-19 were hospitalized and 30 healthy individuals were selected from the hospital with accessibility and Connor and Davidson resilience, Oxford happiness and Miller and Smith lifestyle questionnaires were administered among them. The collected data were analyzed using multivariate analysis of variance and Levin test.
 
Results: The mean and standard deviation of reproductive scores in patients with Covid -19 was 71/90 ±22/35 and in healthy people was 96/70 ±17/20; The mean and standard deviation of happiness scores in patients with Covid -19 was 21/40±3/81 and in healthy people 23/33±2/80 and the mean and standard deviation of lifestyle scores in patients with Covid -19 equal to 68/53 ± 9/78 and in healthy people was 73/43±9/36. The results of multivariate analysis of variance showed that the scores of resilience, happiness and lifestyle were lower among people with Quaid-19 than healthy people (P <0.05).
 
Conclusion: Given the increasing prevalence of coronary heart disease, it is better for the country's authorities to take psychological measures to increase resilience, happiness and a healthy lifestyle in patients with Covid-19 who have been exposed to mental and emotional disorde
 
Keywords: Resilience, Happiness, Lifestyle, Covid-19
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Psychology
Received: 2020/04/13 | Accepted: 2020/07/6 | Published: 2021/01/30
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Rostami H, Fatehi M, Fathi A, Moradi A. Comparison of resilience, happiness and lifestyle in healthy individuals and coronary patients admitted to Al-Ghadir Hospital in NAJA. Armaghane danesh. 2021; 25 (S1) :945-957
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