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Psychological stress during a haze crisis. Haze contains increased concentrations of carbondioxide, carbon mono-oxide, other gases and the particulate material. Long et al. [17] studied the health impacts of burning agricultural residue on the population of Winnipeg, Canada and found that 42 of the population reported worsening respiratory symptoms as a result of the air pollution episode. The r
Th families. There are several limitations in this study. First, the 2013 Southeast Asian haze crisis was a temporary perturbation on the ecosystem which lasted for one week. Therefore, the period of exposure to the haze was short. We could only study the acute physical symptoms and psychological stress. Our results cannot be generalized to sub-acute and long-term physical and psychological compl
Ce score B Age Gender Ethnicity Marital status Occupation Presence of chronic medical illness Perceived dangerous PSI value The actual PSI value at the time of survey Personal possession of N-95 mask Perceived usefulness of N-95 mask Total number of physical symptomsIES-R = Impact of Event Scale - Revised.Mean intrusion score SE RMean hyper-arousal score SE RTotal mean IES-R score SE RTotal IES-R
To attend emergency department as a result of physical complications. Our participants were more informed about the ongoing haze, associated possible physical dangers as well as the steps taken by the government. These factors might have influenced their responses. Third, the list of physical symptoms was derived from general medical knowledge and it was not designed to detect specific physical s
Lity deteriorates. Perceived dangerous PSI value used in this study or perceived air quality in general is an important indicator for air pollution research [22] because environmental acceptability by an individual can be different from objective measurements of pollutant levels [23]. For indoor pollutant research, Satish et al. [24] emphasized the need to measure perceived air quality as it is k
Ce score B Age Gender Ethnicity Marital status Occupation Presence of chronic medical illness Perceived dangerous PSI value The actual PSI value at the time of survey Personal possession of N-95 mask Perceived usefulness of N-95 mask Total number of physical symptomsIES-R = Impact of Event Scale - Revised.Mean intrusion score SE RMean hyper-arousal score SE RTotal mean IES-R score SE RTotal IES-R
Lity deteriorates. Perceived dangerous PSI value used in this study or perceived air quality in general is an important indicator for air pollution research [22] because environmental acceptability by an individual can be different from objective measurements of pollutant levels [23]. For indoor pollutant research, Satish et al. [24] emphasized the need to measure perceived air quality as it is k
Tors and predictive signs of postpartum depression. J Affect Disord 1998, 49(3):167?80. 37. Hiscock H, et al: Improving infant sleep and maternal mental health: a cluster randomised trial. Arch Dis Child 2007, 92(11):952?58. 38. Phillips J, Sharpe L, Nemeth D: Maternal psychopathology and outcomes of a residential mother-infant intervention for unsettled infant behaviour. Aust N Z J Psychiatr 201
Pulation. The local government played a key role in reducing the psychological stress. On June 21, the local government took immediate measures to protect its citizens including hourly update of PSI value on television, cancellation of all school activities, offering medical subsidies to treat physical discomfort associated with haze and to provide 1 million free N-95 masks to the needy household
E episodes. Besides physical symptoms, we assessed the psychological stress of a haze crisis, a temporary perturbation on the ecosystem and a period of uncertainty with hour-to-hour fluctuations of the PSI values. We were able to conduct this study through online survey to overcome the barrier of recruitment when the air quality was poor and people tended to stay at home. Our findings show that t
To attend emergency department as a result of physical complications. Our participants were more informed about the ongoing haze, associated possible physical dangers as well as the steps taken by the government. These factors might have influenced their responses. Third, the list of physical symptoms was derived from general medical knowledge and it was not designed to detect specific physical s
Ce score B Age Gender Ethnicity Marital status Occupation Presence of chronic medical illness Perceived dangerous PSI value The actual PSI value at the time of survey Personal possession of N-95 mask Perceived usefulness of N-95 mask Total number of physical symptomsIES-R = Impact of Event Scale - Revised.Mean intrusion score SE RMean hyper-arousal score SE RTotal mean IES-R score SE RTotal IES-R
And mild psychological disturbances in healthy individuals. We hope that our results will raise the global awareness of the negative effects of haze on the physical and mental health of humans. Our findings provide guidance to the health authorities to focus on reducing physical symptoms, especially headache, eye, nose and throat discomfort and breathing difficulty, in order to reduce psychologic
E episodes. Besides physical symptoms, we assessed the psychological stress of a haze crisis, a temporary perturbation on the ecosystem and a period of uncertainty with hour-to-hour fluctuations of the PSI values. We were able to conduct this study through online survey to overcome the barrier of recruitment when the air quality was poor and people tended to stay at home. Our findings show that t


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