Smoking Habit Effect on Total Cholesterol Levels
Keywords:Smoking habit, Intensity, Cholesterol Level, Biosensor
Introduction and Aims: Smoking habits have an adverse effect on fat profiles, including high concentrations of LDL cholesterol. Nicotine in cigarettes is one of the substances that interfere with cholesterol metabolism in the body. This study aims to find out more about the relationship of smoking habit to total cholesterol levels.
Methods: This research is a survey research using cross-sectional study design. The respondents in this study are active smokerresidents of Bintara XIV. The data collected in this research is using Biosensor method.Analysis of the data performed is univariate and bivariate analysis by using the ANOVA test SPSS for Windows 17.
Result: The result of the ANOVA analysis is p = 0.000 (p < 0.05) which means there is influence of two variables analyzed and there is a relationship between them.
Conclusions: There is influence between smoking habits of respondent with a total cholesterol level of respondent. Respondents with high smoking intensity tend to have high total cholesterol levels. The results of this study are expected to be used as a base for further research todetermine the effect of smoking intensity oneach lipid profile on laboratory examination.
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