Abstract

A Brief Note on Levels of Stress, Social Support, Health Behaviours, and Stress-Reduction Methods for Ladies Pregnant before and through the COVID-19 Pandemic.

The COVID-19 pandemic and connected restrictions will adversely impact prenatal maternal well-being and health behaviors. To look at prenatal stress and stress-reduction methods, social support, and health behaviors between ladies pregnant before and through the pandemic in Eire. 210 pregnant ladies were recruited on-line and within the prenatal department of a tertiary infirmary before the pandemic, and 235 ladies recruited on-line throughout the pandemic. Solely lady’s residents in Eire were enclosed during this study. Ladies completed measures of stress, social support, health-behaviors, and self-reported stressreduction methods. Variations in outcomes were examined between ladies pregnant before and through the pandemic, and between section two and section three of a people Government COVID-19 restrictions.


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Prameeth Kumar



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