The Effects of Using Buddha-Dhamma for Stress Therapy in High-risk Pregnant Women

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สูติรัตน์ พีรยาวิจิตร ประยงค์ แสนบุราณ

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The objective of this study was to investigate the effect of using Buddha-Dhamma for stress therapy in high-risk pregnant women. The sample group was selected from 30 high-risk pregnant women who use the antenatal care service in Srisangwornsukhothai hospital. The purposive sampling method was applied for the sample group. The tools used consisted of Buddha-Dhamma for stress therapy course and evaluation of stress analysis from department of mental health. The data was analyzed using dependent samples t-test. The finding indicated that the high-risk pregnant women got lower stress after using Buddha-Dhamma was statistically significant at 0.05 level

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พีรยาวิจิตรส., & แสนบุราณป. (2018). The Effects of Using Buddha-Dhamma for Stress Therapy in High-risk Pregnant Women. Journal of Human Sciences, 19(1), 122-150. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JHUMANS/article/view/131607
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