Prediction of Psychological Well-Being Based on Islamic Lifestyle and Coping Strategies in Patients with Major Thalassemia in Tehran

Asghar Ghorbani, Parastoo Rahimi, Marjan Amoo Khalili, Mojtaba Ebrahimi

Abstract


Background: This study aimed to predict psychological well-being based on Islamic lifestyle and coping strategies in patients with thalassemia major in Tehran. 

Method: The present study was categorized as descriptive research (correlation type) as the research method. Because the aim of the research was to determine the contribution and role of each of the predictor variables in estimating and predicting the criterion variable. For this purpose, this study included all major thalassemia patients referring to Zafar Thalassemia Clinic and Thalassemia Department of Baharlo Hospital in Tehran.

Results:According to the results, coping strategies (coping focused on cognitive assessment, coping focused on problem solving, emotion-focused coping, social support, and coping focused on physical inhibition) have significantly improved psychological well-being in people with major thalassemia disease, as predicted, and also the Islamic lifestyle significantly predicted psychological well-being in people with major thalassemia.

Conclusion: Among coping strategies, coping focused on problem-solving, coping focused on positive cognitive assessment, coping focused on emotion and coping with physical inhibition for significant negative psychological well-being in patients with thalassemia major the study predicted and found that the Islamic lifestyle has a positive psychological well-being in patients with thalassemia major.


Keywords


Islamic Lifestyle; Major Thalassemia; Coping Strategies; Psychological Well-Being

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