Shift Work Sleep Disorder Prevalence Among Hotel Shift Worker In Sanur Denpasar



By : Anak Agung Bagus Satria Brahmananta

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Faculties : Fakultas Kedokteran


Shift work sleep disorder (SWSD) was a kind of sleep disorder that happened due to shift work that will disturb quality of work among shift worker. The present study was design to determine the prevalence of SWSD among hotel shift worker in Sanur and also the distribution of SWSD based on type of shift work, sex and age. Descriptive cross-sectional design was used to obtain an overview of the number Sanur shift worker diagnosed as SWSD. Samples were hotel shift workers aged 18 to 65 years who worked in Sanur. Sample data retrieval done by using questionnaire through consecutive sampling technique. Furthermore, the data will be processed to obtain the prevalence of SWSD, and then grouped by age, sex and type of shift work. Of the 90 samples examined, the proportions of SWSD were obtained 16.7%. In the age group of <20, 20-30, 31-45, and 46-65 years, the proportion of SWSD in each group consecutively were 33.3%, 28.6%, 12.8% and 13.6%. This study also found the proportion of SWSD based on the type of work performed by shift workers. Based on shift work type, SWSD was found 20.0% on rotating shift worker and 5.0% on non-rotating shift worker. While the proportion of SWSD in men and women were 12.3% and 24.2%. From this study can be concluded that the prevalence of SWSD among hotel shift workers in Sanur was 16.7%. The result from this study can be used as a basis for further research to determine risk factor of SWSD

Keyword : Prevalence, shift work, sleep disorder, circadian rhythm

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