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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 6, Issue 3, Part E (2020)

A quasi experimental study to assess the effectiveness of cognitive behavior model based psychoeducation with Exercise intervention on quality of life of people with Alcohol use disorder in selected de- addiction centers of Ambala, Haryana

Author(s)
Ritu Rilta, Adiba Siddiqui, Gurvinder Kaur and Dr. Jyoti Sarin
Abstract
Introduction: Alcohol use disorder is organized into three categories: mild, moderate and severe. Each category has various symptoms and can cause harmful side effects. If left untreated, any type of alcohol abuse can spiral out of control. Alcoholism can lead to a wide range of impacts in professional, personal matters, relationships and overall health. Serious side effects of consistent alcohol abuse can worsen and produce damaging complications.
Aim: To assess the effectiveness of Cognitive Behavior Model based Psychoeducation with exercise intervention on quality of life of People with alcohol use disorder.
Method: The research includes quantitative research approach and research design was non equivalent control group pre-test post-test design. The study was conducted in two de- addiction centers (Nayi Kiran de- addiction centre and Sri Krishna Hospital, Ambala).
Sample and sampling technique: A total of 50 People with alcohol use disorder admitted in de- addiction centers were selected by convenience sampling technique and recruited into experimental group (n=25) and comparison group (n=25).
Tools and techniques: The tools used for data collection were selected sample characteristics and WHO QOL -BREF questionnaire (26 items) by self report interview technique. Cognitive Behavior Model based Psychoeducation (8 sessions) with exercise intervention (20 sessions) were given to the experimental group and no intervention was given to the comparison group.
Result: Before the administration of cognitive behavior model based psychoeducation with exercise intervention maximum of the People with alcohol use disorder in experimental group (92%) were having poor quality of life and in comparison group (100%) of People with alcohol use disorder were having poor quality of life and after administration of the intervention in post-test in experimental group more than half of the People with alcohol use disorder (64%) are having fair quality of life and in comparison group maximum of People with alcohol use disorder (96%) were having poor quality of life. Study also revealed that there was a significant difference between experimental and comparison group after implementation of Cognitive behavior model based psychoeducation with exercise intervention (t=14.22, p=0.00**).
Conclusion: Findings of the study concluded that cognitive behavior model based psychoeducation with exercise intervention was effective in improving the quality of life of People with alcohol use disorder in de- addiction centers.
Alcoholism is the most severe form of alcohol abuse and involves the inability to manage drinking habits. It is also commonly known as alcohol use disorder. Alcoholism is one of the major health and social problems all over the world. The problem of excessive alcohol consumption is a major cause of public health concern both in urban and rural areas. Today it is the third leading psychiatric problem in the world.
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Ritu Rilta, Adiba Siddiqui, Gurvinder Kaur, Dr. Jyoti Sarin. A quasi experimental study to assess the effectiveness of cognitive behavior model based psychoeducation with Exercise intervention on quality of life of people with Alcohol use disorder in selected de- addiction centers of Ambala, Haryana. Int J Appl Res 2020;6(3):296-301.
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