2012
DOI: 10.1590/s0104-11692012000500021
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Applicability of auriculotherapy in reducing stress and as a coping strategy in nursing professionals

Abstract: tratamento; e, na análise dentro do mesmo grupo, obtiveram-se diferenças significativas para o domínio confronto, na quarta avaliação entre grupos agulha/controle e para suporte social, na terceira avaliação para os grupos agulha/semente. Conclusões: a auriculoterapia com agulhas diminuiu os níveis de estresse significativamente e houve diminuição da utilização dos domínios afastamento, confronto e suporte social para os grupos de intervenção, após o tratamento, sugerindo que a auriculoterapia tanto com agulha… Show more

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“…The total score of the inventory can range from 0 to 180 points, indicating the following levels of stress: no stress (0 to 11), low (12 to 28 points), moderate (29 to 60 points), high (61 to 120 points) and very high (over 120 points). Reliability values obtained on the study by Kurebaiashy (15) in a sample of 175 people using Cronbach's alpha ranged from 0.918 to 0.955.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…The total score of the inventory can range from 0 to 180 points, indicating the following levels of stress: no stress (0 to 11), low (12 to 28 points), moderate (29 to 60 points), high (61 to 120 points) and very high (over 120 points). Reliability values obtained on the study by Kurebaiashy (15) in a sample of 175 people using Cronbach's alpha ranged from 0.918 to 0.955.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As one of the CTM practices, it uses specific auricular points to treat disorders employing needles, seeds, or magnets to stimulate energetic points. 32,33 Studies have shown this technology's efficacy and effectiveness to cope with stress among nursing workers. A clinical trial reports that auriculotherapy with needles or seeds produced a positive impact on the coping skills of a nursing staff.…”
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“…A study conducted in hospital units in Arizona (United States) showed that aromatherapy, more specifically the diffusion of therapeutic lavender essential oil in the nursing work environment in complex care sectors, decreased work-related stress and increased satisfaction, since good olfactory experiences can promote well-being (37) . Regarding auricular acupuncture, the literature indicates that it reduces not only stress levels, but also anxiety and pain, increasing coping strategies and improving the quality of mental life of the nursing team (38)(39) .…”
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confidence: 99%