DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2394-6040.ijcmph20202453

Relationship of family support with client's capability in controlling hallucination in clients of soul disorders

Dwi Christina Rahayuningrum, Weni Sartiwi, Fajrihuda Yuniko

Abstract


Background: Hallucinations are sensory experience errors that have no basis in reality, occurring sensory perception disturbances about external stimuli without external stimuli that have no basis in reality. Distribution of inpatient nursing diagnoses Mental Hospital of Prof. HB. Saanin Padang has increased with a hallucination of 1823 people (12%). This study aims to determine the relationship of family support to the client's ability to control hallucinations on mental disorders clients at Mental Hospital Polyclinic of Prof HB Saanin, Padang.

Methods: This type of research is a cross-sectional study. The study was conducted at the Mental Hospital Polyclinic of Prof HB Saanin, Padang. The population in the study was 912 people, with a sample of 90 people. Sampling used simple random sampling. Data were analyzed by Chi-Square test.

Results: The results of the study, 55.6% of respondents were unable to control hallucinations, 60% of respondents had deficient family support. There is a relationship of family support with the ability to control hallucinations on people with a mental health condition with a p value of 0.016.

Conclusions: Family support and the ability to control hallucinations on clients are the most influential factors in controlling hallucinations on schizophrenic clients.


Keywords


Family support, Hallucinations, Mental disorders

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