Jurnal Penelitian STRES DAN KONSUMSI MAKANAN SIAP SAJI DAPAT MENINGKATKAN HIPERTENSI PADA IBU HAMIL (STUDI OBSERAVSIONAL DI KOTA MAKASSAR)
Hypertension is one of the health problems that often arise during pregnancy and can cause complications in 2-3% of pregnancies. This study relates to factors related to the incidence of hypertension in pregnant women in the working area of the Kassi-kassi Health Center in Makassar City. This research is an analytic observational study with cross sectional design . The population in this study were all pregnant women in the working area of the Kassi-kassi Health Center in Makassar City who did a list of books with a sample of 138 people. Sampling method is 1945 systemic random sampling and the data were processed by Chi-square test. In this study found the number of pregnant women with hypertension was 21 people (15.2%). pregnant people who were in unsafe age were 18 people (13%), low education levels were 92 people (66.7%), family category was less than 27 people (19.6%), stress categories were 22 people (15.9 %), abnormal body weighting was 30 people (21.7%), giving fast food as much as 28 people (20.3%). This study shows there is a relationship between the age of pregnant women, family support, stressful conditions of pregnant women, weight, and food consumption in pregnant women (p = 0,000) and there is no relationship between pregnant women and education level (p = 0,615).