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Title: 第1子および第2子出産後1年間の1母親の身体活動量と自覚疲労の比較
Other Titles: Comparison of a mother's physical activity and feelings of fatigue one year after the birth of her first child and one year after the birth of her second child
Authors: 西谷, 理沙
南部, 真紀
飯田, 美代子
Nishitani, Risa
Nanbu, Maki
Iida, Miyoko
Keywords: 身体活動量
physical activity
Issue Date: Mar-2006
Publisher: 群馬県立県民健康科学大学
Citation: 群馬県立県民健康科学大学紀要 1,97-104,2006
Abstract: 目的:本研究の目的は,同一母親の第1子と第2子出産後1年間における身体活動量と自覚疲労および子どもへの感情の推移を比較することである.方法:対象は核家族,無職の母親1名で,出産後1ヵ月目から1年間毎月,身体活動量,自覚症状,子どもに対する感情について調査を行った.結果:身体活動量は第2子出産後に増加した.自覚疲労の訴えは,出産後4ヵ月目までに多く,子どもに対する否定的感情は第2子出産後に高かった.結論:第2子出産後は第1子出産後より心身共に負担が増加することが示唆された.                
Objective: This study focuses on a mother's physical activity, feelings of fatigue, and emotional reaction to her children one year after the birth of her first child and one year after the birth of her second child. Method: The subject was a mother who was a housewife in a nuclear family. Data were collected every month using a pedometer to measure physical activity, and a questionnaire to assess her symptoms of fatigue and her emotional reaction to her children. Results: The data indicated that the mother's physical activity increased after the birth of her second child. The symptoms of fatigue increased in the first four months after the birth. The mother was also found to have a stronger negative emotional reaction to the second child than to the first child. Conclusion: The results suggest that a heavier mental and physical burden is imposed on a mother after the birth of her second child than after the birth of her first child.
Description: 報告
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/6629
ISSN: 1881-0691
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