ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PERCEIVED STRESS AND ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION IN STUDENTS FROM IFPE – VITÓRIA’S FROM SANTO ANTÃO CAMPUS


ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PERCEIVED STRESS AND ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION IN STUDENTS FROM IFPE – VITÓRIA’S FROM SANTO ANTÃO CAMPUS


Limacedo Firmino da Silva*, Eduardo Vinícius Silva dos Santos1, Diego da Silva Lima1, Isabel Cristina Pinheiro da Fonseca2, Iunaly  Sumaia da Costa Ataíde Ribeiro3, Cristie Aline Santos de Araujo4

1UNIVISA 2FAINTVISA 3IFPE 4UNIVISA


International Journal of Addiction Research and Therapy

Introduction:The term stress can be defined as a psychosocial phenomenon with biological. Alcohol has a social effect, making it more evident at school due to concern by young people.Objective:Identify the perceived stress level, the prevalence of alcohol consumption and to verify the association of the stress level with alcohol consumption among students of the Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Pernambuco.

Methodology: The sample consisted of 217 students, with a mean age of 15.52 (Minimum 13 and maximum 19). The most were male (52 %), semi-resident (79 %), rural (67 %).

DISCUSSION: The average perceived stress was 48.22, with a minimum of 36, a maximum of 63 and a standard deviation of 5.01.About six out of ten do something to relieve stress.These data differ slightly from those found in the pilot study, where about seven out of ten students report some feeling of irritation in the past month (72.7 %), 63.6 % report that they’re feeling happy, 81.8 % of them had or are having an emotional problems that still makes them sad. Results:  As mechanisms to relieve stress, eight categories were identified, most of them had used for leisure.Regarding stress, this research presents results similar to other studies involving adolescent students, however, with different assessment instruments, where the stress level ranged from 13.16 % to 73 %. Conclusion: The study points out that the stress during adolescence in the school environment is related to several factors, such as: school postage, excessive academic activities, disputes, fear of disapproval and anxiety.Regarding the consumption of alcohol, almost half already used (47 %).


Keywords: Adolescents, Alcoholic beverages, Stress.

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Limacedo Firmino da Silva, Eduardo Vinícius Silva dos Santos, Diego da Silva Lima, Isabel Cristina Pinheiro da Fonseca, Iunaly Sumaia da Costa Ataíde Ribeiro, Cristie Aline Santos de Araujo. ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PERCEIVED STRESS AND ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION IN STUDENTS FROM IFPE – VITÓRIA’S FROM SANTO ANTÃO CAMPUS.International Journal of Addiction Research and Therapy, 2020, 3:12. DOI: 10.28933/ijart-2020-01-2007


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