Effectiveness Of Foot Massage On Feeling Of Well-Being Among Mothers Undergone Normal Delivery.

  • Ms. Ammu G., Mrs. Sangeeta Patil, Ajit Anandrao Pawar, Samir K. Choudhari, Ms. Prerana Jadhav, Nitanjali Patil, Dr. Nutan J. Potdar

Abstract

Background of the study: -Foot message is a simple technique to relieve pain and also it was non-invasive, non-pharmacological helps the mother for feeling of wellbeing those undergone normal delivery.

Objective:Study investigated the Effectiveness of Foot Massage on feeling of wellbeing among mothersundergone normal delivery.

Material and methods: - Experimental study done among 60 normal delivery mothers (30 in each group) experimental as well as control group. Samples randomly selected from maternity ward.ethcial clearances taken before data collection .informed consent taken before data collection from participant. Mental wellbeing was assessed by using modified Edinburgh mental wellbeing scale for both groups. Experimental group received foot reflexology as an intervention for 3 days continuously. Intervention given in a day twice for 30 minutes. Control group received routine care.Data was analysed as per objectives of the study.

Results: -Result of the present study shows that control group mean was 48.2 and S.D 4.246whereas in experimental group mean was 58.1 and SD was 5.833 paired t-test value was 5.064 and p-value was <0.001.

Conclusion: - Foot message was effective among normal deliver mother and this was helpful for feeling of wellbeing to mother.

A finding of the study showsthat the foot massage was effective in feeling of wellbeing among the women who had undergone normal delivery.

Published
2020-05-15
How to Cite
Ms. Ammu G., Mrs. Sangeeta Patil, Ajit Anandrao Pawar, Samir K. Choudhari, Ms. Prerana Jadhav, Nitanjali Patil, Dr. Nutan J. Potdar. (2020). Effectiveness Of Foot Massage On Feeling Of Well-Being Among Mothers Undergone Normal Delivery. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(08), 4359 - 4365. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/26565
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