Study the Effectiveness of Mindful Eating on Quality of Life among Adults with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Selected Hospital of Dehradun, Uttarakhand
*Corresponding author: Ms. Amrita Swaroop Shekhar Clinical Instructor, Himalayan College of Nursing, SRHU, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India. Email Id: email@example.com Mob: 9720888286
Health is a state of functional or metabolic efficiency of a living organism. Today diabetes is considered to be a major health problem in India. It is a chronic progressive disease of an epidemiological character, causing consideration human as well as social and economical distress.
To Study the Prevalence/Magnitude of quality of life among adults with type 2 diabetes mellitus. To assess the effectiveness of mindful eating on Quality of Life.
Materials and Method
A randomized control research design was used for study to measure the prevalence/magnitude of quality of life, and to measure the effectiveness of mindful eating on quality of life among adult patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus patients. The study was conducted in a multispecialty Hospital, Dehradun Uttarakhand. Simple random sampling was used to select 70 patients from the population and randomly assigned 35 in experimental and 35 control group who were diagnosed with type 2 diabetes since (0–5) year, taking oral hypoglycemic drug, routinely attending OPD and measuring their random blood sugar. The Audit of Diabetes-Dependent Quality of Life ((ADDQOL) in Hindi language was administered to assess their quality of life.
More than half (56%) of diabetes patients were reported extremely ‘bad quality of life’, 40% of diabetes patients were reported ‘very bad quality of life’ and least (4%) of diabetes patients reported ‘neither good or not bad quality of life’. After, the experimental group had undergone two months of mindful eating intervention, mean post test score was significantly reduced to 1.55±0.584 at the level of significance p≤0.05 form, the control group mean posttest score 5.92±1.397. The Socio demographic variables of the type 2 diabetes mellitus patients like: Age, Gender, type of family, Marital status, Religion, Education, Dietary pattern, Personal habits and Income did not have any significant association with their Quality of life mean Score, except for Occupation and family history at the significant level P≤0.05.
The findings shows that half of type 2 diabetes mellitus patients had ‘extremely bad quality of life’ but mindful eating intervention was considerably proven as a additional treatment modality for improving the quality of life among diabetes mellitus patients.
Adult with types 2 diabetes mellitus, Effectiveness, Mindful eating, Quality of life.