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There is one clinical trial.
This phase I trial investigates breathing techniques and meditation for health care workers during COVID-19 pandemic. Breathing techniques and medication may help manage stress and improve lung health. The goal of this trial is to learn if breathing techniques and meditation may help to reduce stress and improve lung health in health care workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Description: Feasibility will be defined as recruitment of 50 participants to the study within 2 months.Measure: Study recruitment Time: Within 2 months
Description: Defined as more than 50% of participants perceive the intervention as useful.Measure: Acceptability of study Time: Up to 2 years
Description: Will determine the adherence to the practice assessed as at least 50% of participants implement the intervention for 3 or more times in a week by the end of week 1/day 7 (+ 3 days).Measure: Adherence to the practice Time: Up to 28 days
Description: Measured by the Brief Resilient Coping Scale among health care workers questionnaire.Measure: Change in resilience Time: Day 0 to 28
Description: Measured by the Perceived Stress Scale and COVID-19 Stress among health care workers questionnaire.Measure: Perceive stress and psychological impact Time: Day 0 to 28
Description: Will determine the differences in breath holding time between those who are adherent and those who are not adherent to the practice.Measure: Breath holding time Time: Up to 28 days
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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