HUBUNGAN ANTARA STATUS SOSIO-EKONOMI DENGAN KEJADIAN TENSION-TYPE HEADACHE (TTH)
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Background: Tension-type headace is a tension-backed headache radiates from the neck to the shoulders. Research suggests that occupational factors play a role in the emergence of tension-type headache. Occupations are included in socio-economic factors that include work, income, and education, so a research is needed to determine the relationship between socio-economic status and tension-type headache. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between socio-economic status with the incidence of tension-type headache. Method: This study used cross sectional method which was done on 60 subjects. The primary data obtained by conducting interviews to determine the socio-economic status that includes the level of work, income, and education, while secondary data obtained from the medical record to determine the patient's diagnosis. Result: The analysis with chi square test showed significant result between work rate(p=0,01) and education level(p=0,048) with tension-type headache, whose correlation strength was (r=0,523) and strong(r=0.687), but the result is not significant(p=0,87) between income level with tension-type headache. The results also showed that the higher the level of work and education, the higher the risk of tension-typeheadache. Conclusion: There is a significant correlation between job level and education level with tension-type headache, but no significant correlation between income level with tension-type headache.