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생활 스트레스가 경미한 일반 성인에서의 신체적 및 정신적 증상 - 종합병원 건강증진센터 내원자들을 대상으로 -

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 The physical and mental symptoms of normal subjects with mild life stress 
 주상희  ;  하은혜  ;  이병욱  ;  전덕인  ;  김영현  ;  송동호 
 Korean Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine (정신신체의학), Vol.10(1) : 48-54, 2002 
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 Korean Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine (정신신체의학) 
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Objectives : Aims of the study were to investigate the physical and mental symptom profiles related with perceived life stress in normal populations. Methods: The study subjects were 186 subjects who visited the Health Promotion Center at National Health Insurance Corporation Ilsan Hospital between July and December, 2000. We measured Life Stress Assessment Scale (LSAS), SCL-90-R (Symptom Check List-90 Revised), and Physical Health Check Questionnaires to evaluate perceived life stress for one year, and physical and mental symptoms. The physical markers related with stress were also measured. According to LSAS scores, we selected two groups from all subjects : Group I (LSAS score with lower 25 percentile) and Group II (LSAS score with higher 75 percentile). Each number of subjects was 46 in Group I and 47 in Group II. We analyzed stasistical significances of study variables between Group I and II. Results : Group II subjects showed higher scores in all subscales of SCL-90-R compared to Group I subjects. Comparing to Group I, Group II subjects complained more physiological symptoms related with anxiety and depression. But there were no statistical differences in the physical markers related stress between two groups. Conclusion: We found that past year-life stress caused various mental and physical symptoms, which didn't develop any physical illness related life stress in normal populations yet.
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Song, Dong Ho(송동호) ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9647-3130
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